a simple cup of coffee. sometimes i art and sometimes its good.
i have... markers..... 👀
adjust to thiccness of your paper
1. The blender is your best friend
- Use good paper because that shit goes though printer paper like a tradi artist though an eraser
- It's good to make a palette with the colors you have (a small circle of color with the pen name/number), if possible in color groups (warm tones, skin tones, greys) to see what goes well together
- In doubt, try to blend the colors together on a scrap piece of paper to see how the ink bleed
- To avoid marker strokes, either color fast, do little parts one after the other, or use the large end of the blender to make a "wet" undercolor. Works with other light colors too !
- Apparently getting the paper very wet with ink, esp. Blender, and then pressing a sponge can make nice effects. But once again, careful of the kind of paper you use!
omg. you should totally do gradients. i mean some brands are more blendable than others but it doesnt hurt to try