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correction, the ones on the right are switching between watercolor and colored pencils (different colors - I am using 2 sets with different colors in them)

the one on left, the eyes are with my old crayolas. one of the gradients on left is also with crayolas. so there is 3 different sets being used across these 3 pages despite end result being the same color

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I have been quiet and will be for another week or so but just wanted to quickly share this.

these are not finished work. they are studies. the difference is the goal. I am learning to work with watercolor pencils, color matching, practicing gradients. (some of the 'eyes' on left are made with different mediums AND mix of different colors)

this is the type of work that is often invisible that is done by an artist that helps us get to the finished works you see.

if you are supporting someone or a project via Patreon or Bandcamp subscriptions or any other non-anonymous patronage/crowdfunding/donation platform, what do you want in return, if anything?

Feel free to comment in replies if nothing applies but you have thoughts.

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I think I love these colored pencils and while I am not going to give up on markers altogether the detail I can achieve here is a bit unreal. this was only with 4 colors by the way.

apologies for deleting and redrafting had a bit of a spammer that needs to be blocked issue.

this might be one of the more complicated gradients I have attempted. Also experimenting with using copics and colored pencil together on this one.

I think I love these colored pencils and while I am not going to give up on markers altogether the detail I can achieve here is a bit unreal. this was only with 4 colors by the way.

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one thing I just realized about (not sure if this is true for other git platforms) is that, even if you are invited as a contributor to a project it doesn't list you as a contributor of the project

this is a problem as it assumes all contributors are developers. Some of us are artists, others are community managers, issue wranglers.. All of these people are active part of a project and contribute even if we are not the ones sending the pull request.

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haven't been able to document this regularly as most of the work had been happening on small moments I could find between other work.

bristol paper this time and I am pleasantly surprised how much layering I can do on what looks like a smooth paper.

I am beginning to realize any sort of masking tape on this paper is a monumentally bad idea. xD still good for prints though

#watercolor please #boost Question to all those of you with more experience: My Light Ochre (student´s grade from Schmincke) runs low. I don´t like its mud-like appearance, but it is one of my most-used colors in conjunction with Ultramarine (PB29) for natural greens. I often use it to cut the Phtalo colors, too. Would you replace it with Raw Sienna or stick with L. Ochre? - What are the differences? How do they behave through mixing? Which one has more impact when mixed? #art #mastoart #help

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