I am enjoying my Craftwell eBrush. It came with a few adapters with more adapters coming soon...meanwhile I figured a way to use my SU, Distress, and CTMH markers. I cut one of those pencil sponge type grips so that I could wrap it around the pen and use the Prismacolor adapter. While I really like the Sharpie look, for a smoother look I would use the alcohol ink markers.
Here's what I've done so far..
Sharpie metallics work wonderful for airbrushing.
On this one I airbrushed burlap ribbon. My next item to airbrush is going to be glass
I was excited about the Evolution by WeRMemory Keepers. I really like how it embosses, but it's been hit and miss with die cutting. These are some samples using Georgia Pacific paper. I could never get the WRMK 3x4 die to cut using the evolution mat. So I tried using the cuttlebug plate instead of the Evolution Mat B and it cut successfully. It was mentioned that WRMK dies emboss when it cuts. Depending on your setting you will see a hint of embossing. I didn't have that problem with my sprocket die, but on the key die there was a little embossing in the middle.
This machine is awesome for embossing. Below is CTMH paper (thin). On the left side I used a setting of 6 which was too high and on the right I used 4. I tried 5 and the paper ripped a little in some spots.
This is thicker cardstock not sure of the weight (could be Georgia Pacific)
I have lots of bottle caps and decided it was time to make bottle cap cards...
I really like how the steampunk card turned out. I also played with my gelatos after learning some techniques through an online class from The Art Studio. Now I'm working on steam-punk print and cut cards using my KNK Zing! Having crafting fun!