Hello there, who cannot resist a sweet, ripe peach at this time of year? I certainly can't and nor can this little girl by Mo Manning.
It is another "no-lines" colouring primarily in Copic with a little bit of pencil enhancement to assist with some of the finer, fiddlier details that I just love to add.
To achieve the softer no-lines look I printed Mo Manning's digital stamp using Apple Pages and reduced the opacity of Peaches to 20%, thus printing the image in pale grey rather than the usual black. The same sort of effect can be achieved using Word or a similar program.
When you add colour to your printed image the lines are less obvious enabling you to create a much more delicate, realistic piece of work.
Background: B0000, B000, G0000, G000
G00, T0, T1, T2, YG0000
Apron: YR30, E50, W00, W0, W1
Sandals: E41, E42, E43, W1, W2
Skin: E0000, E000, E00, V20, R20
Peach: YR20, YR00, YR02, R32, Y32, W1
Butterfly: YR0000, YR000, YR00, Y000
Digital image - Peaches by Mo Manning
Personal Impressions Premier Quality Smooth White Card, Bazzill
Copic Markers (colour list above) and Caran D'Ache Pablo and Luminance pencils
Spellbinders Grand Nestabilities Scalloped Circles, Spellbinders Grand Calibur, Quickutz Cookie Cutter Circles, Epson WF-7515 printer & Apple Pages
Size of card:
As always thanks for visiting