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    Wednesday
    Oct142009

    Doodles + Watercolors (Part 2)

    This is the 2rd in a series of fruity watercolors (check out Part 1). I'm not sure if these are art journal pages, watercolors, abstract mixed media, paint-by-number... if anyone has thoughts on how to define our art, let me know. But nonetheless, these are soooooo much fun that I can't stop quite yet.

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    Reader Comments (3)

    You can't imagine how happy these colors have made me! Great tutorial, Tammy! Hugs, Terri

    I'm going to give this a try! Those are such beautiful colors! Do you do a lot of color mixing in your projects?

    10.14.2009 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    Terri and Eden, Thx you for the sweet words on the fruity colors. When I work in watercolor I mix colors frequently, because that's part of the fun of watercolors for me... In acrylic I have a lot of colors of Golden fluid acrylics so I mix when needed, but also use right out of the bottle because it's more spur of the moment! How about you?

    10.14.2009 | Registered Commentergypsy

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