Non Edible / Marker Paintings

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Denita Arnold

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@denitaA

Here is a couple of paintings I do using markers. I call them "paintings" because I try to make them look like that. Also because I often add watercolors to correct flaws. Those can be called "mix-media"

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markers- i prefer sharpie or bic mark-it
heavy weight paper- such as watercolor or all media paper. i prefer a more rough surface.

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  • 1I use all types of colored markers, but prefer water based. My markers of choice are Sharpie and Bic Mark-it.
  • 2I prefer to use heavyweight rough paper; marker paper is just too smooth. I recommend mixed-media or watercolor paper

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Course/Dish: Other Non-Edibles
Hashtags: #crafts, #Non-Edibles




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