Tuesday, 15 July 2014

Every Inchie Monday -- Navy

On Every Inchie Monday the theme this week is navy. I had to take mine away with me, and had very little to work with. I might re-do the drawn one, as it's a bit blurred. WHY don't white pens work properly, I just can't find a decent one.



12 comments:

Zoe Brener said...

That is gorgeous! I know what you mean about white pens, but you did a brilliant job!

massofhair said...

Beautiful work Wendy, always in awe of how you produce such detailed work on an inchie!

I have been recommended the Uniball Signo white pen. The trick is to wait until your project is perfectly dry and then write with it. Dina Wakely waits 24 hours until she writes on her projects apparently...

Hope this helps:-) xxx

Heather said...

I love them both Wendy, especially the stitched one. There is so much in that little inch.
I agree with you about white pens, they are so hit and miss but you've made a very good job of your drawn inchie.

chrissies said...

The top inchie is amazing Wendy and we chose the same theme for the other one :)

Love Chrissie x

Trillian said...

Two brilliant inchies.

Meggymay said...

Fabulous pieces of tiny art. Love the Royal Navy one.
Yvonne x

Kia said...

Lovely. The colour one is so detailed. It would make a lovely brooch. (I agree about white pens.)

freebird7100 said...

love how these look! Even if the white one is blurry, it is still great

sally said...

Great little pieces of artwork! I use a signo uniball & also a Sakura gelly roll one, seems 1 solution is to go very very slowly :-(

Sally

Jean Chaney said...

Fantastic little pieces of art, even the blurry one. I agree. Someone needs to come out with a white pen that really works. I think I own just about every one out there, but no winners yet.

Annette Carlo said...

Wendy, they are both wonderful!! And even though you said your white pen wasn't working properly, I can still see detail!! Your work is always filled with beautiful detail!! :0) Share humanity

Lisette Baker said...

Both are, as always, perfect. I love the textures of the first and the detail of the second is amazing.

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