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.
More food and melting cheesy letters.
Ink and Pen.
How appropriate that I managed to schedule this for a Tuesday. Anyways, I love and just can’t get enough of tacos! Enjoy!
One of my favourite things about winter is the vast quantities of hot chocolate that I’m allowed to consume. Keep in mind I don’t drink caffeine of any variety so this is kind of the only hot beverage I partake in. Also there’s a peppermint flavour stick in there, but I can’t have any form of peppermint as I’m allergic :(.
Pentel Fude Touch Pen in Black.
I really think I should make a food colouring book, I love drawing food and I hate colouring things in. It seems like a win-win.
Pentel Fude Touch Pen in Black