Friday, February 26, 2010

Latest Release at CHF

The Waiter is the newest release at Cornish Heritage Farms.  I thought the image was darling and had a blast coloring this one.


I opted to use a London Fog (gray) Memento ink to stamp this image.  I really loved how it softened the lines of the image... because I thought using all black would be too harsh for the ice.  I colored this with Copics to match the reference art.

Then, in order to mimic the reference art, I used a copic multiliner pen to give definition to the character's eyes. Then, I used a black Sakura glaze pen to color the penguin - after completing the other coloring.  As a word of caution, do not color in the penguin with the glaze pen first and follow with Copic markers because it will damage your marker nib.

And in case you wanted to do a little shopping at CHF, it's Double Points this Friday & Saturday (Feb 26th & 27th).  You can see all the details about Club CHF right HERE.

Also, there's another great deal going on at CHF.  While supplies last, for all orders over $75 CHF will give you a FREE spool of ribbon (10yds) from Cream City Ribbon! This is a $5 value. There are 13 different colors available, so if you are back to shop with CHF again in the next couple of weeks, be sure to leave a note in your order comments what color you already received and CHF will provide you with an alternate color (subject to availability).  This offer is for online orders only and is based on the order value before any fees and after any discounts. Colors subject to availability and offer only valid while supplies last.
OK.  So, are you ready to shop now?  Hah!
Thanks for visiting!  I love when you do!
-The Waiter (Tom Allen's Friendly Kritters) by CHF

-London Fog Memento Ink by Tsukineko

-Simply Smooth white cardstock by CHF
-Baby blue light and White Prismatic by Prism

-Swiss Dots embossing folder by Provo Craft
-Copic markers
-Black glaze pen by Sakura
-fine point copic multiliner
-sewing machine and thread
-satin ribbon by May Arts
-ghost shapes snowflake by Maya Roads
-jewel center by Prima Marketing

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