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Back with the Octopation, I’m no good with a needle today, keep stabbin’ meself. Clickety for full size.


Eve Pearl Spicy Cheeks Blush Trio Review

Let me tell you, I don’t experiment much with blushes in general. I have a set of staple blushes that I usually wear and do not get excited and run out to buy, as new blushes are released. 517 more words


Warmup and New Brushes

Today’s warmup exercise:

I’m still on the chapter about Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot in the Tate Watercolor Manual.* Corot was known for the balance in his watercolors and oil paintings. 205 more words

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Lesson 12 - Composition

The next lesson in the Tate Watercolour Manual, Lessons from the Great Masters by Tony Smibert and Joyce Townsend, the book I am studying, addresses composition. 231 more words

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Today’s watercolor experiment:

I usually post a warmup exercise before I perform my experiment. Today, my warmup exercise and experiment are one and the same. I continue to pursue the elusive blot. 273 more words

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Modifying the fan brush

I wanted to use it to soften edges by drybrushing with it, but I got those arch shapes caused by the edge of the brush. I don’t know how other artists use a fan brush, or if they have the problem of creating arched lines where they don’t want an arch. 179 more words


New In: Inglot and The Balm Blushes

I have been on a constant hunt for a long wearing blush. I have tried cream and liquid blushes but I find that it’s too much work. 472 more words