Hey guys! I’m back as a guest for Stamping Bella and want to showcase two techniques that let you easily create a watercolor look, just with more control than “normal” watercolors. Here we go!
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As I said in the video, you can use any watercolor markers you have, you don’t have to run and get the same ones I am using. I am confident that Distress Markers, Tombow Markers, Zigs etc. will work the same way. To blend marker to marker, just work in small areas to ensure that the ink you just laid down is still wet when you start blending.
And if you need to smooth lines out, remember: this is watercolor. So grabbing a brush and blending lines out with a bit of water is always an option. But taking the pen to paper first lets you control how much color gets laid down, and how far it spreads. To me, at least, that’s easier than traditional watercolor which usually wants to to something I don’t want it to 🙂
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