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Letter Blending with Albrecht Dürer Watercolor Markers

Posted on August 15 2019

Letter Blending with Albrecht Dürer Watercolor Markers

 

Anybody else love watching watercolors bleed together? Not actual blending, but those bleeds where you just leave them alone and let them do their own thing? I could watch paint bleed all day long. 

These new Albrecht Dürer Watercolor Markers make it super easy to bleed and blend. Start by using hot-pressed watercolor paper (smooth enough for brush pens, but can still handle water), and write one word out. Go over it with a water brush. Then grab another color and write just below, touching your first word every so often. The more you touch it, the more it’ll bleed. Then go over you second word with the water brush as well, but be careful around the spots where the colors touch. Leave it alone as much as possible and just let your colors do their thing!

 

Artist Biography - Chelsea Law - Books and Brush Pens

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