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Old 09-20-2011, 01:12 PM   #2581
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Originally Posted by Jerriellis View Post
I just got a set of prismacolor pencils and I am loving them. I also use my watercolor pencils and le Plume markers... All in the same image with great results. I use watercolor paper..the smooth back side and emboss my image with ultra fine clear first usually over black ink. This works great and prevents any smearing or smudging. Also looks really cool. Watercolor paper also cuts really well in my wizard using my spellbinder dies.
I recently took up watercolor painting and I like using them on stamped images too. I even like some stamp images on watercolor paper. I was surprised at how well they stamped and blended. I thought the watercolor paper would have too much tooth, but it didn't. My favorite though is a smooth cardstock, that way I can build up layers of waxy color to blend. It's cool because It behaves almost like paint, it becomes so fluid.

Isn't it fun how there are so many different approaches and they work well for different people
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