Tilda has been watercolour painted with Derwent Inktense pencils and although it is not clear on the photograph I've glittered her shirt and tips of the socks.
This is my entry for the new Totally Tilda challenge blog - Chocolate Tilda Challenge #1
Thought I would add a helpful tip for colouring. Observation is the key to good colouring, we all know grass is green, leaves are green or are they? Next time you're in the garden have a really good look at the trees I mean really look and see how many colours you actually see, also notice the colour of tree trunks, they are actually any colour except brown. Don't be afraid to experiment with colour, try adding a touch of pale blue to leaves or a spot of red, a touch of moss green to tree trunks works a treat or be adventurous and try a light purple with a hint of moss green to colour a tree trunk. I just so love impressionist paintings although I've never been able to paint that way, they painted what they saw and not what they perceived to be there.