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Old 07-18-2006, 06:21 AM   #1  
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Default Watercoloring with spots part 2

There was another thread that asked about how to watercolor with the spots and it seems like most of you smush the pad onto a lid or cd and color from there. I was wondering if it was "bad" to just dip your aquapainter or paintbrush directly onto the bottom side of the spot and watercolor like that? That's the way I've been doing it. Will it ruin my spots doing it this way?
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It probably won't ruin your spot but you will get more ink on your brush and have less control of how much in you get.
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I think it's fine--won't hurt your spots that I know of. That's how I watercolor with my craft spots. I guess, once you have the reinkers, you could put a drop inside the lid of your spot, just as people do with the regular pads.
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