More Benny Blue!

I’m back with a few more Benny Blue images that I coloured this week. By the way, you can buy the Benny Blue colouring book (paper version) or the downloadable PDF version by Googling Christine Karron. She is a brilliant artist, so check out all of her images and I know you’ll fall in love with then. P.S. I’m not getting paid to say this I just love Christine Karron’s work. I colour all of my images with my Copic markers and add highlights with a white gel pen.

I forgot to draw in his whiskers before I photographed him…ooops!

I love gray scale!

I recently discovered gray scale digital images. Wow, are they ever cool! I’ve coloured several over the past week and I just can’t get enough of them!

This image is called “Shot of Magic,” by Christine Karron. Her work is absolutely amazing. Don’t you just love the details in this image? It was challenging, but such a satisfying colouring experience. I will be post more of her images as I colour them.

Thanks for dropping in. I hope you will stop by again, soon!

Benny Blue

Meet Benny Blue!

A few weeks ago I discovered artist, Christine Karron. Her images are, in a word, incredible! She has created a little character called Benny Blue. He’s a little blue bunny with the most comical expression, who always seems to get himself into funny situations, as you will see in her Benny Blue colouring book. I bought the book and I am now totally, and inextricably in love with Benny Blue. Visit Christine’s site to see Benny Blue and her other beautiful images.

Christine Karron–Love, Love, Love!

I’m always looking for new digi artists…

I’ve been colouring digis for years and, to be honest, I’m pretty tired of the standard digis…you know, the cute little girls and adorable puppies. Well, recently, I discovered Christine Karron. Her digital images are beyond superb! Here are a few that I coloured last week and made into cards. I love, love, love Christine Karron’s work! (By the way, I coloured these with my Copic markers).


Aren’t these amazing digis! I had such a great time colouring them. They are so sophisticated and full of details. Try them out, for yourself. Visit Christine Karron!