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8 x 10 inch pen and watercolor sketch on Fluid 100 140 Hot Press watercolor paper using the Molotow masking pen. You can see areas where I applied mask in the bandana, beard, and shirt. I was using the 4mm tip (I couldn't find the finer tip) and working loosely. If you want finer lines you can  purchase a refilled and use a toothpick, brush, or other tool, to apply this liquid mask.

Useful Tools: The Molotow Grafx Art Masking Liquid Pump Marker

If you paint in watercolor, inks, or acrylics, chances are at some point you’ve tried to mask something off so that you could retain the white of your paper, or an earlier color that you had laid down.  Artists use lots of products for masking—tape is the obvious one, especially if you want to create […]

A quick sketch of Carl Too using a dried out Sakura Pigma FB (fine brush point) pen on an extremely long piece of Stonehenge (12 x 6 inches. There is something really fun about sketching with a pen that is drying out, a sort of race. But also a license to scribble.

Housekeeping on Roz Wound Up

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The pan holder base that is removeable from the box. Notice that there is more space from the edge of one of the holders to the edge of the base than on the left. By sawing off the edge on the left I increased the distance on the right, allowing me to friction fit additional pans in that channel when the base was positioned in the box. The pans were held between the edge of the metal strip and the box edge on the left (when the base was in place). Because of the rounded corners in the box this allowed 5 additional pans to fit. So three rows of seven half pans and one row of five half pans mean I could fit 26 half pans into this box.

Fitting More Pans in a Square Metal Palette from Schmincke

This enlargement of the holding capacity of the Schmincke metal palette box, will work with other palette boxes using the metal strip-holding-bar visible in the second photo. As the Minnesota State Fair approaches of course I’ve been testing pigments and making choices on what gear I’ll be taking to the Fair for sketching. Today I’m […]

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Contour Line Sketches Are a Great Way to Warm Up

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Art Materials Nostalgia—Work It

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Gouache In the Hahnemühle Nostalgie

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Exquisite Corpse with Wet Paint

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It’s Fall—I Sketch a Pumpkin

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A Bit of Watercolor in the Seawhite of Brighton Sketchbook

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Changing Your Point of View

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