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Old 05-10-2012, 04:12 PM   #13
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All of which says to me that it's all sponging - with different techniques and tools (different sponges, blenders, etc.) each creating a different effect.

Theresa I like your approach with the cut up sponges. You will have to let us know what you think of the blending tool. I'm going to get a sponge and cut it up and play with it since all I've ever used is the blending tool. (Some people wash the pads from those as well, so they only need a few of them. I don't. I just assign a color to each one.)

And I went and looked at your blog post and was fascinated. I didn't know you could do a self-guided video series with TH. I took a look at the website and it looks like it might be worth the money at some point.
I hope to have the blending tool and pads by next week, so I'll report back after I give them a go.

The info I got from the course was very useful, and grassroots stuff about getting to know and understand the supples we have in our stash. He uses his own branded items but he encourages you to use what you already have. I really wanted to compare my two brands of ink that I use, so I did side by side samples with most techniques. He also had some great tips with how to use some of our most used tools.
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