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Protected: Simple Approaches for Backgrounds—A Five-Part Series: Part 4 Fold Outs

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Uniball Vision pen with green-black ink sketch and watercolor, paint pens, and acrylic marker on Stonehenge Aqua hot press watercolor paper.

Protected: Mixed Media—Working Loose When Your Ink Runs

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Mixed media portrait using a variety of pens, acrylic marker, and gouache, over a pre-painted textured background. (Stonehenge Aqua cold press 140 lb. Watercolor paper—a review of this paper is coming to the blog in February!)

Protected: Reasons To Take An Online Class With Roz…

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Pentel Brush Pen and gouache sketch on a pre-painting background. (Hand•Book Watercolor Journal.)

Protected: Textures 2018 Class Registration Closes February 3: Why Use Textures?

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Protected: Another Look at the Handbook Watercolor Journal

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A 4 x 7 inch watercolor painting on leftover book board that has been prepared with gesso.

Protected: Having Fun With Book Board Scraps

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I believe in the value of making a mess. I believe that sometimes you just need to make marks on a page, just to get things down on a page and to keep the flow going.

Protected: In-Context—Doodling

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Here is an earlier version of this sketch before I got the gouache out.

Protected: A Little Bit of Piecemeal Evolution: Dog Portrait

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Mixed media sketch (8.5 x 11 approx. on Nostalgie) using brush pen and green Uni Posca marker, followed by acrylic paint markers, watercolor, and color pencil. There's a little bit of pink gel pen in some areas, but it wasn't showing up so I went in search of other tools; oh, and a bit of red-china marker.

Protected: How Do We Pick The Subjects For Our Art?

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