Wednesday, 25 March 2015

WOYWW 303 # What's On You Workdesk Wednesdasy.

Welcome to all my new followers, hope you enjoy the journey.

Hi Workdesk friends.
Back again for another Wednesday at the Workdesk.

So here I am to show you:
"What's on my Workdesk this Wednesday".

If you don't know what this is all about then please visit the

Stamping Ground and our host Julia will explain and all will be revealed. H
ere is my desk this week and it's quite tidy really though we have been away as some of you will know.


I have never considered myself to be very good with Alcohol pens but these are brilliant and I think my blending is coming on.
Some of you may have seen me using them in earlier posts.
They are called Chameleon Pens.


Played with them first on this sheet of paper though you can download an actual test sheet to do this.


Just a quick close-up of one of the flowers.


Hope you like these.

Happy woyww.
Nice and quick just how we like it!!

Off to see what the others are up to.

Happy crafting, 
 
Angela x

36 comments:

  1. Those pens look really good!Must look out for them.Never been much good at textas colouring.

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  2. Beautiful shading, you multi-talented lady! Gorgeous flowers, and gorgeous colours too.

    I've heard from the hospital that I am due to go in on Friday afternoon - hopefully nothing will go wrong this time! My blog is being kept going by a friend, with bulletins from my hubby, so keep an eye on it!

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #37

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  3. They are fabulous colours...the gradations on your flowers are very subtle and natural looking. I bet you'll use those loads :-)
    Hugs, LLJ 24 xx

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  4. Lovely effects with those pens - the shading is very subtle and beautiful. Hope you have a great week,
    Diana #31

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  5. Angela, your flowers are stunning!!xx

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  6. Angela, aren't they a blast to work with!!! I am so glad I stopped by your blog today! I have a post up today from my projects using the pens too. Your flowers look fabulous! Have a great day!!!

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  7. Wow, these pens look really amazing! Can't wait to see what you make with those flowers! hugs :)

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  8. Great space Happy WOYWW xx Jan 61

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  9. You look as though you are getting the hang of them beautifully Angela. Your blending is gorgeous.
    Hugs Lisax #62

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  10. These are sooo pretty. I need some blenders and to practice these techniques. Happy WOYWW! Sandy Leigh #46

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  11. I think your blending is coming along very nicely. Those colors are wonderful. Those pens are really vivid and nice. I'm impressed that you are doing test sheets and practice runs. I'm always too impatient for that. Judy #66

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  12. Your desk is so neat this week! Of course, alcohol pens don't really make a mess. Gorgeous flowers, so realistic. Looking forward to see what else Diane 43 you create with these.

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  13. Those markers look good and your blending is coming along wonderfully pictures never do it real justice I find sering in RL really shows it off best. You email Addy didn't come through to me send it again or leave me yours and I'll send it to you hugs Nikki 1

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  14. I have seen some videos of those pens. I am really a beginner at blending, I am currently using Tombows, Gelatos and Distress stuff. Don't know if I'm ready for those tho.

    Happy WOYWW
    Thx for sharing
    Pat #15

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  15. I keep seeing them on TV but I have so, so many pens already... Love your flowers, you are doing a great job with them Angela - well done you! Hugs, Anne xx

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  16. Well done you! I saw those Chameleons advertised but they were so expensive that I'm giving them a miss, although I'm not good at blending at all and it should be much easier.
    The flowers you've done are really good.
    Have a great week,
    Lisca#9

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  17. Your flowers look beautiful and you are doing an awesome blending job! I continue to be in awe of your gorgeous, organized workspace! Happy WOYWW. Have a wonderful week!

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  18. Thanks for your lovely comment, Angela - you sound like a contortionist lol!! Hope you manage to uncross yourself sufficiently to be creative this week! Thank you for your good wishes for my surgery - I can't believe how close it is now. I'm not too scared yet but I probably will be this time tomorrow!

    Happy WOYWW,
    Shoshi #38

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  19. I have been fairly curious about those markers so it is fun to see all your doing with yours. :) Thanks for the earlier visit! ~Stacy

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  20. I also have seen these pens and wondered how they worked for someone not good with shadows.... That's me! The flowers you show look beautiful.... I guess I should invest in a set....
    Thanks for your visit and the kind words too!

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  21. Your flowers are gorgeous, and you definitely did an amazing job blending your new markers. I can't wait to see what projects you use them in the future. Blessings!

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  22. Your flowers are just gorgeous! I'm jealous at your coloring skill! Oh, and I must say...I love your teddy bear (Monday's post)! I collect bears. *hugs* Jen (My Scrap Menagerie #72)

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  23. Gorgeous shading on your flowers Angela, I've not heard of those pens before but they look like they do a lovely job.

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  24. Loving the pens.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.

    Happy WOYWW
    Sue #32

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  25. It seems you have a talent for blending Angela, those flowers look gorgeous! I own some copic markers and one 'blending marker' but I hardly ever use it - it's not 'my thing'. Maybe I should practice too? Thanks for your visit to my blog earlier, happy woyww and a hug from Holland, Marit #45

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  26. Absolutely loving how the flowers are coloured. Those pens look amazing and I don't think I have seen anything like them. Great job in showing us how they work.
    sandra de @50

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  27. I've seen some beautiful coloring with these pens and yours is right up there! Great job! Thanks for stopping by! Happy belated WOYWW!
    Carol N #59

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  28. Lovely flowers, Angela. Those pens look great.

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  29. Ah I have been looking at these pens they do look awesome to play with but I really don't need them I do want them but hey you have to draw the line somewhere. I think your colouring it brilliant stick with it, especially love the purple one.

    Happy WOYWW
    Hugs Eliza & Yoda

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  30. Such gorgeous flowers! Love the colours. Your workspace is so neat.

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  31. Angela, those flowers are so pretty, I don't think I could ever achieve anything as beautiful even with the expensive Chameleon pens.
    Thanks for dropping by my page.
    Chris #17

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  32. Beautiful blending on those flowers! The Chameleon pens look like an interesting alternative to Copic pens. Happy WOYWW and thanks for your visit! ~ Laura #52

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  33. I love these pens too. Was fortunate enough to see the first demo at CHA a year or so ago and the guy who was drawing with them was fantastic. Sadly they have lost touch with him now.
    Love what you have done though and glad someone else apart from me likes them.
    Hugs, Neet 28 xx (sorry I am late) - have tagged you on the end of Flat Susan's list if you are still interested. xx

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  34. That colouring is fantastic, Angela - well done. Never thought of myself as good at colouring - but I do love to use watercolour crayons.
    Take care. God bless.
    Margaret #8

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  35. Hi Angela,Your shading is fabulous, those alcohol pens are very interesting so will be keeping an eye on your projects - cool flowers. Thanks for visiting and enjoy your week RobynO#26

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  36. lovely tidy desk :-)

    I have seen these pens on TV recently and was impressed with what I have seen so will be interested to see how you get on.

    Thanks for visiting my blog already
    Kyla

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Angela x

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