Good morning! I have another one of those sweet Mo Manning digital images for you today. This one is entitled End of Summer. I printed it with my Canon MG5220 ink jet printer on X-Press It Blending card, then proceeded to color it with my Copic markers--all pictured below.
For skin tones I used mostly the E00 and E13, with some BV000 in the shadow areas.
Next I colored her clothing--pinks and blue-greens too coordinate with the pretty Kaisercraft Bubblegum Hills Collection papers that I had chosen.
Next, I colored the grass and faded out to white on the edges. **I used my Copic 0 Colorless Blender to soften the edges, though I left it out of this picture.**
Next I colored her red hair. My original picture at this stage was not good, so I had to set this one up at the end. Still--these are the colors that I used on her hair.
Here I've colored the flowers and their leaves, adding some shadows on the grass with BV00.
The butterfly paper is Kaisercraft Bubblegum Hills Collection Fruity Galaxy 12" x 12", and the dotted paper that I cut with a Spellbinders Grand Labels Eleven die template is from the Bubblegum Hills 6-1/2" x 6-1/2" pad. Vintage buttons and Hibiscus Burst grosgrain ribbon are from Papertrey Ink. That's it--one sweet little "end of Summer" girl. Thanks for visiting!