Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Pine Cones and Hornet's Nest

Here's the backside of the  same bleedthrumanade I posted yesterday.

For those who haven't been following my blog for very long, a bleedthrumanade is what I call it when I use alcohol markers on the front of a page (Copics, Sharpies, Spectrum Noirs, etc) and the color bleeds through to the back.  I color and then I tangle on both sides, using the color as sort of a string.

In other words--Got Lemons? Make lemonade.  Got marker bleedthru?  Make bleedthrumanades!

To see what others are doing in their journals, check out the Rhodia Journal Swap page on Tumblr.


52 Weeks of Watercolor Painting 2017 No.12 #Watercolor #52WeeksOfWatercolorPainting #StillmanAndBirn

I've decided that the new Princeton Snap brushes I'm using are not a good choice for the Stillman & Birn Beta paper.  They are s...