Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Mystic Topaz Ep 20 and 20.5!

In Part 1 of the Mystic Topaz you learn how to make the actual drawing of the gemstone!
 Mystic Topaz Doodle Gem Video

Here is Part 2 of the Mystic Topaz Doodle Gem- Mystic Doodle Kids! We take the gem from episode 20 and and then do the doodle!! 

 Mystic Topaz Doodle Kids


Here's the Cleaned up version of the Doodle-
To save the image-Right Click on the image and Save the doodle to your computer!

You may print, doodle and color this image all you like-- You may share your doodled and colored versions of my original art please make sure to give credit to the artist. Stephanie Bergeron Deliberately Creative.

Sorry You are NOT to include my original art in any printed books or coloring pages that are being sold. You.

You may sell your hand drawn doodle gems.
You are not to sell my original doodle gems that have been downloaded from the internet.

Please link to my Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/sbergeron00
 and This Blog if you want to share my work. :) 

Do not post my original art as your own. I want you to be known for your own wonderful art!

I used a mechanical pencil with HB Graphite, Pigma Micron 05 black ink pen and Prismacolor pencils - Use whatever colors make you happy and fit with your doodles!

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Doodle Gems How to Draw Sapphire ep 18



This Doodle gem was a request from a couple folks and was on my list to get done in the next few weeks. I had a very specific request for a Sapphire that I had to fulfil immediately! One of our community members lost her grandson and his birthstone was Sapphire. Many hugs and peace to her family.



So here it is. A very easy sapphire with some simple indications of  faceting. This is a much more impressionistic NOT  hyper realistic version.



The most important things you need to be successful with any of my doodle gems projects are the willingness to learn and to be easy on yourself as you are learning. We tend to be our worst critics and we need to learn to be kind to ourselves.



I love the community that we are building here. We are caring and supportive of all levels of crafters, makers and Artists.



We have a great group on Facebook Come and join us!



Materials:

Smooth Cardstock- I used Neenah Solar White 110lb Cardstock

Signo Uniball UM-153 White Ink

Sakura Pigma Micron 08 Black Ink



Prismacolor Colored Pencils:

Indigo

Light Cerulean Blue

White

Black





If you want to try with Crayola--

Navy Blue

Light Blue

White

Black



If you use Polychromos:

Indigo

Light Ultramarine

White

Black



Have fun!



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Monday, June 27, 2016

Crayola vs Prismacolor Challenge - Doodle Gem how to Draw Rainbow Obsidi...



The Challenge is on!! 
Are Prismacolors always better than Crayola? 
Watch and find out!

You will also learn how to draw Rainbow Obsidian at the same time. Who could really ask for more?? This is episode #14 in the Doodle Gem Series.

Materials used:

Crayola-
Yellow Gold
Taupe
Magenta
Violet
Orange
Navy Blue
White
Black

Prismacolor-
Light Umber
Spanish Orange
Orange
Process Red
Violet Blue
Indigo Blue
Black
White
Colorless Blender

Neenah 110lb Cardstock- Solar White

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Monday, June 20, 2016

It's Doodle time again!! How to Draw a Doodle Gem Pearl





Learn how to draw a pearl and doodle the setting! Fun, easy and relaxing project. https://youtu.be/IV7rf3WAGl0 Come along and start building your treasure chest of drawings! This time is a beautiful golden pearl with a fun and easy doodle setting.



Simple materials list includes:

Prismacolor pencils:

Peach, True Blue, Spanish Orange, Yellow Ochre, White and Sienna Brown

Pen- Sakura Pigma Micron 01

Paper- Neenah 110LB Cardstock - Solar White



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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Doodlegems How to Draw Ocean Jasper ep 12



With just colored pencils, a piece of paper and a pen you can make this fun and easy Ocean Jasper Doodlegem!  Watch as I show you in real time the simple steps to make a wonderful doodle gem of your very own!

I used-

Prismacolor Color Pencils:
Yellow Ochre
Canary Yellow
True Green
Apple Green
Cream
White
Crimson Red
Carmine Red
Spanish Orange
Grass Green
Process Red
Orange
Sakura Pigma Micron 01 Black Ink
Uniball Signo Broad UM-153 White Gel ink
Neenah 110 lb Coverstock Bright White

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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Doodle Gem Episode 11 How to Draw Ammolite

Hello and Welcome!

This is Episode 11 of Doodle Gems--Ammolite. 

I had so much fun with this doodle gem. I love how the colors shift and overlap. The variations in these gems are endless and no 2 will ever be exactly alike.

Ammolite is an opal-like organic gemstone found along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains of North America.90% of all Ammolite is mined in Canada. A very small percentage is being mined in Utah.  It is made of the fossilized shells of ammonites

This realtime tutorial shows exactly the steps I used to make the doodlegem in the thumbnail photo above. It takes time, but it is not hard and doesn't require any expensive pencils to accomplish! I used all Crayola for the colors and one White Prismacolor Premier Pencil. Come along and try this gem out! I think you will have a lot of fun.

Materials I used:
Neenah Card Stock 110LB (bright white)
Crayola Color Pencils-
Mahogany
Yellow Orange
Golden Yellow
Lime Green
Yellow Green
Jade Green
Aqua Green
Green Blue
Turquoise
Cerulean
Navy Blue
Brown
Dark Brown
Black
Prismacolor
White PC 938
Sakura Pigma Micron 01 Black ink 
Uniball Signo UM-153 White Gel ink for the Highlights
Music:Http://Purple-Planet.com

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