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Old 07-04-2007, 11:44 AM   #1  
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Default How do you watercolour with chalks?

I have the SU set, I got it used and for a good price. What is the best way to watercolour with them....and what other uses have you found for them?

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I'm not that sure you can watercolor with them -- you can color using a little applicator or you can use a blender pen --
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The way I was introduced to the chalks, you touch your blender pen to a corner of the chalk to pick up color, then draw with it on your paper. You touch the corner of the chalk so you don't get the middle of the chalk wet. You can clean your blender pen by scribbling on white scratch paper until the color is gone, then pick up another color. Hope this helps.
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The way I was introduced to the chalks, you touch your blender pen to a corner of the chalk to pick up color, then draw with it on your paper. You touch the corner of the chalk so you don't get the middle of the chalk wet. You can clean your blender pen by scribbling on white scratch paper until the color is gone, then pick up another color. Hope this helps.
This is how I do it too. I *heart* my chalks.
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I have a blender pen!!!! ohhh now I want to try this

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