G’s birthday is today, she is officially an adult. However, G hates cake, the texture of cake is what bugs her. Of course when I learned this about her I was absolutely mortified. I mean, who in the seven hells doesn’t like cake?! I can’t be friends with people who don’t like cake, what would we do on crazy midnight runs? Despite this, I am still very good friends with G. She’s pretty fantastic, so I created some birthday waffles for her.
Kuretake Kleancolor Brush Pens, White Gel pen, on Fabriano Cold-pressed Watercolour Paper.
Ahh the paper warping is so obvious on this one. Anyways, who’s up for a double scoop?
Number 2! I think it’s pistachio flavoured. Or it can be whatever flavour you want.
So I have two more of these, but I didn’t want this post to be too image heavy so I’m splitting them all up.
My only regret was that I used the wrong paper for these, they started out as an experiment but came out really well.
I liked the first version so much I re-draw it and slapped some colour on it. I did not expect the yellow ink to be so neon, but here is looks amazing, and I did a great job with blending the orange shading.
I’m finally getting the hang of using these inks, although I’d prefer they cam with droppers, and didn’t give off such a strong unpleasant smell. Ah well, I guess I can’t have everything hahah.
P.H. Martin’s Bombay India Inks
A long time friend/neighbour of mine recently posted a photo on her Instagram of her (what I’m assuming) snack. Banana, on peanut butter on toast. And is inspired this.
Another revisit to my favourite cherry pie slice. This time however I used India Inks instead of watercolour.
I have to admit, inks definitely have a lot more vividly bright colour to them even after drying. And I do like the outlines on this.
The only downside to the India Inks I used is that when dry, they dry glossy, but a few spritzes of matte medium toned it down significantly.
P.H. Martin’s Bombay India Inks.