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@foldedflora here again! I wanted to share a work in progress to demonstrate the crisp permanence of the Pigma ink (swipe!). My process is to draw first and then layer many watercolor washes on top of the ink. I love the Pigma ink pens for mixed-media work because they’re waterproof, and my lines stay nice and sharp even when I soak the paper with water. Even with so many layers, I tend to keep my watercolors muted and delicate. That’s just my style - what about you?
Pupy Training Treats - Is your dog being too noisy with all the barking? Turn on your dog's mute feature by teaching him the Quiet command. Read more details by clicking on the image. - How to train a puppy?
I am indeed an English major geek of the highest order, so I was totally excited to see this week's Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge theme of "Based on a Book." Why not make a project where the book(Diy Art Journal)