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Graphitint were the surprise winners in my recent experimentations. I’ll be digging further into them in a later video.

I’m still not 100% sold on the results so far. The graphite underlay seems to be deadening the watercolour – though I’ve done this technique before and had excellent results. Namely the image to the left.

This portrait was rendered with
graphite with watercolour on top.

 


 


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I’m on an experimental kick – trying to discover a way to blend graphite rendering and watercolour together in a pleasing joy bomb. There is no joy. The graphite dulls the watercolour and makes it “dirty”…. Hmph. I will keep trying.         More product information   As always – links to products […]

  I’ve always been a crappy photographer… I get distracted by too much beauty and try and cram the whole panorama of gorgeous reality into my shot… or else I’m totally focused on one element and don’t pay attention to the clutter that’s crowding my lens and making another picture fail. I’ve seen great photographers […]

I tested Copic markers on a variety of supports to see about saturation, bleed and blendability. This is the final bit scanned so you can get a closer look:   [wufoo username=”lezleydavidson” formhash=”z7x3x5″ autoresize=”true” height=”433″ header=”show”]