I continue with the Molly Orange painting most of the flames try-ing not to cover to much but at the same time give it a shadingcharacter. If I see something I don’t like I can ‘swoop’ anotherflame right over it so it’s ok to experiment. Once I’m happy with the way the flames look I again leave it to flash
3. “DMD643 light chrome yellow is the next color I use. It willgive the flame a nice green tint. I try not to over do and just giveit a light mist in the darker areas to lightly fill in the flame body.On side B, I added some Cobalt blue candy over this coat of yel-4. “Using the orange candy, I lightly cover the project leavingsome green or blue tints untouched while concentrating ondividing the flames, setting some back (adding depth) with morecandy coats than others, covering all the dark areas. I like touse my red candy in and around the flames where the pearlsshow through to blend and keep the pearls from over powering.
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