In this case the part of the design that is white was drawn on the egg (a chicken egg from a free-range source for the stronger shell; not emptied first) using beeswax in a fine-point electric kistka. Then the egg was dyed with pink pysanky egg dye (not the same as food coloring--these are not for eating!). Then the pink design was drawn using a medium point, then the egg was dyed in purple pysanky egg dye. The beeswax was then carefully melted off in a low oven, then the egg contents were blown by making a hole in each end, scrambling with a needle, then blowing out. After the egg was completely dry, a layer of polyurethane varnish was used to preserve the color.
Haven't done one of these in a while, maybe it's time to dust off the supplies and try another one! I have a nice collection of other eggs done by me and others, maybe I'll post photos from time to time.
Meantime, a happy Easter to all!