Versafine and paint the image using watercolor paints, use watercolor crayons to stamp with and supplement with paint or color with Copics (after stamping with Memento ink). Different images call for different methods. I can usually look at an image and know which will work best, so when I get new stamps, I will often stamp them out to see what they look like and then make notations of which method I think will work best. These are some new stamps from Serendipity. I love the nice big images and often watercolor crayons is my method of choice for most of them.
Here again, I will do the images by the sheet. I will do more than one try as each will be different. I go ahead and paint all of them....when I need to make a card, the hardest part is already done.
Copics on....depends on the detail (like the bicycle...much easier to do with fine tip Copics than a paintbrush....the candle will look great with airbrush around it...the heart wreath is so detailed I will just paint it as the different colors are too close to do with crayons but I want a soft watercolor look). There is a rhyme to my reason.