I decided to use what I learned in Sandy Allnock's Underwater Scenes class to create a fun "soda" background for my glass bottle.
I used what I learned in the "surface" lesson to create a swish of soda in a glass with some caffeinated bubbles as my background.
I cut my glass bottle from some Neenah Solar White and then used my copics to color in soda inside of my bottle. I added some bubbly details with my colorless blender, E49, and a white gel pen. I added my sentiment on the label for the bottle and then glued on the bottle cap I had colored in with C5. I added the bottle to the front of my card with some foam tape for dimension.
Thanks for stopping by today and don't forget to add your own creations on the CASology post!
This is such a cool design, Rachel! The background has really terrific movement and dimension.ReplyDelete
The pop bubbles are very impressive. Nice work!ReplyDelete
Nice job on that coloring. The bubbles look very dimensional. I am impressed. Wish I knew how to do that!ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh this is amazing! Such a great design and a clever idea to make a sea of soda!ReplyDelete