One of the things I love about Jill Foster's work, is her stunning use of color–bold, rich and, in a word, spectacular. In an eye riveting, jaw-dropping, walk into a light-pole kinda way. And, she makes me want to be just as daring. *wink*
I was inking and sponging a considerably large area, and noticed that dragging them across such a large surface was abusing/tearing up my sponge daubers–too much pull across the paper, so I switched to some cosmetic wedges and that seemed to work just fine.
Used Versafine to stamp over the top in a nice rich/intense black. Then I stamped the poppy again with Memento Tuxedo Black onto a scrap of Sugar card stock so I could color it in with Copics and trim it out to 3D mount it over the top for added dimension.
When I was done, I hemmed and hawed . . . over what kind of base card to use. I finally just went with my favorite because I loved the way the focal panel literally pops against the contrast of pure white.
Hey, Mikey. I likey!!!
All supplies & materials by/from A Muse Studio unless otherwise noted.
Stamp Sets: Friend to Friend, Snail & Co.
Ink: Sky, Ocean, Fern, French Roast; Versafine Onyx; Memento Tuxedo Black
Card Stock: Sugar
Copics: Golden Yellow, Apricot, Cadmium Orange (I remember and relate to color by name, not number. And, being the maverick that I am, I disregard the numbers anyway and choose colors that simply look good together to me. )