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So this video had a big bottle of “oops” poured on it.

 
 

 
 
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I think it’s more important for people to jump in and start painting than worry about spending a lot of money for “quality” materials.

Quality has it’s place – but just get painting and you can start with as little as $20.

I was kinda digging the Copic markers on the wood pad – so I did a whole pumpkin marker drawing and I’m not hating it.

So today we have a bit of a chat about art and an idea about different types of arting styles by Malcolm Gladwell. I like him.

So I finally got around to testing out the Kizara Wood Pad with some mixed results. I tested graphite, felt tip, brush pen, watercolour and Copic markers.

Today I show everyone my studio and where I work on a daily basis. I also clean out my materials and ask whether it’s garbage or not to giveaway supplies I don’t use anymore? You tell ME.

I talk about schadenfraude, Chris Farley, first followers, dead people and stepping up to help and the people I want to have in my life. It’s a full plate.

Here is a quick, cheap and easy way to paint wet in wet without having to go through the whole rigamarole of “stretching”.