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No line Watercoloring - Zig Clean Color Real Brush || Your Next Stamp

Hello Crafty Friends,

How was your Tuesday.?? Hopefully good.. Well I'm having a great day as I did a lot of crafty work today and it seems you guys will have a lot of videos to watch these coming weeks... As I'm really getting into making cards with videos for you guys, as I have not really used my new supplies as I should have...

So I started with a technical video.. I have been practicing a lot of No - Line watercoloring and I thought I will share few of my views and findings with you all..

So for no line watercoloring you can start with a light color ink pad and any watercolor that you have in hand.. There is no rule that anything is better than what you have in hand.. But, yes there is always a "but", I prefer to use ZIG CLEAN COLOR REAL BRUSH PENS. 

Well the reason is very simple, this markers have very vibrant colors, and they blend like butter on Strathmore Bristol Smooth cardstock.. So you don't have to put in a lot of effort to have a perfect blending, and it will be a very controlled coloring as you don't have to use a lot of water to blend the colors.. 



Also as the colors are so vibrant you don't really have to create too many layers to get the perfect dimensional look.. Sounds something you can do..?? Just give it a try and you are gonna love it.. TRUST ME...


Watch the complete coloring video below or to watch on HD click YouTube








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Thank You for visiting.. Have a nice day...


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