So going into these I wasn't really sure if I was going to be able to finish them in a matter of hours but they weren't too complicated so I was able to do it.
I didn't get a ton of pictures though. Half because of time management and half because as I mentioned they weren't super complicated but I think it's fun to see how they're created anyway.
The camo was really fun to create! Something different I hadn't really done before..
I don't do much wet on wet decorating I usually use layers where I have to wait for each one to dry or at least crust over before adding more details so the camo came together within a few seconds. Easy peasy.
This actually fits here pretty perfectly this time lol
I didn't get individual pictures of the ribbon but it seems I did get process photos anyway and same with the mug and the watercolor that I put the antlers on.
I did change the ribbon and I am so glad I did it looks really good.
I did get a few pictures of some detail work.
I used watercolor and gold for the wood grain look.
You can purchase the GOLD I used HERE!
I always do my letters in white first because it's the easiest color to remove if I don't like how it looks... I have no desire to use a projector so my work will forever have that handwritten touch..
We're at the end already!
Just like that short and sweet!
On the left is all the work related stuff, including the company colors white, black and blue and then the hunting stuff is of course the more personal touch.
I was amazed that I was able to create these in a just a few hours and that's with making the dough from scratch. These were also gluten free. WalMart carries gluten free flour now that you can use as a 1-1 substitute for regular flour. Easy peasy. I used Bob's Red Mill.
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