OK, so I'm starting this the same way I started my last post, just stamping white pigment ink onto the black. Since it is almost Thanksgiving, I chose the Lockhart pie inchie. (It was an overcast day today, so some of the pics are little soft with the focus on the really close shots - but you get the idea!)
The next step is the same, too - adding white with my colored pencils. You'll notice that I started by only coloring in the 'pie filling'. It becomes very easy to lose your white stamped lines when adding so much white, so I like to section it off.
Here's where you start to add color. Choose what colored pencils you're going to use, then start with the lightest. For this pie, I knew I wanted to use Mineral Orange and Pumpkin Orange Prismacolor pencils; Mineral Orange is lighter, so I started with that:
Next I go in with the Pumpkin Orange and layer on top of the Mineral Orange. To add depth and interest, I didn't color it in completely, only in areas where I wanted to add the darker hue.
Filling done! Now on to the crust:
You can see that I did the same layering, first white, then Peach Beige, followed by Beige Sienna.
I wanted to add a little pizzazz to the pie slice, so I added Liquid Applique for the whipped cream. While it was wet, I added a tiny amount of glitter - then heated:
Final step - if you've been around this blog for a while, you will notice that I rarely leave my edges bare, and this little black Inchie is no exception. I added a small amount of white acrylic paint to the edges to finish it off:
Which leads to this!
I hope this process makes sense - I know I've made a few assumptions, so as always, if you have any questions, please let me know. Until next time, be well!