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Old 03-23-2013, 08:25 PM   #11
babygirl-is-my-cat
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Originally Posted by NWstamper View Post
You can get blending and spreading when you color with markers first and then use the pen or aqua painter, but (especially if you aren't using watercolor paper) I don't think it will be as smooth of blending. You are probably better off to pick up the color with the pen/aqua pen and color with that and then build up and blend the colors from there.


This is a card where I colored the outline with markers and blended it around with a blender pen - Raining Flowers watercoloring with markers by NWstamper - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
and this is an example where I picked up the ink from the cover of my ink pad. They aren't the best examples, but may be a little helpful?
BAB Watercoloring card by NWstamper - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
thanks so much..i did re-try this and yes its easier to pick up the color and then put it on the paper...it did much better...i still need lots of practics....thanks
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