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Old 07-13-2019, 11:57 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by fionna51 View Post
I have both Gray Flannel and London Fog and I use both, depending on what my subject is and what colors I will use for coloring.

London Fog is a cool gray. You might say it is "bluer".
Gray Flannel is a warm gray, or even a French grey. You might say that it is "browner". ...
Nice to see that someone else follows the same 'gray' line that I use! lol
I've had London Fog for years, and this year picked up Gray Flannel. The Gray Flannel is now my preferred gray for stamping "lighter than black" on images to color with Copics.
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