I started off by stamping these cherries using Cactus Green and St. Valentine StazOn Midi. And just as yesterday I let the inks dry and applied a layer of the Clear GlazOn over the top.
Once it was dry I began layering colors. First I colored the cherries using a few different colors of Spectrum Noir Marker, applied a layer of GlazOn then colored the background and another layer of GlazOn.
Next I added some shadow using a grey marker, a layer of GlazOn then finally I added some detail lines in black just for a bit more definition and the last layer of GlazOn. Here's how it turned out... It's really amazing the depth you can achieve when using the GlazOn.
The second example I'd like to share is one I'm very excited about. You can take aluminum and turn it into a pretty convincing copper color!
To help show the depth I decided to emboss this Sheet Metal charm.
I covered it with a layer of the Orange Zest StazOn Midi.
Then I covered it with 2 layers of Vintage GlazOn. The slight tan tint of the Vintage GlazOn really helps tone down the bright orange on the aluminum.
After the initial two layers were dry, I added some highlights using Cloudy Sky StazOn and a final layer of Vintage GlazOn. You can see how it changes the color from bright orange to a warmer copper. I just love it!
I know there is also a Matte GlazOn but I don't have any of that (yet) to share with you but maybe in the near future ;)