Hello Wednesday! Can y’all believe it’s already Wednesday!? It’s also Super Bowl week and though (sadly) my Saint’s aren’t playing, the Eagles coach was the coach for a couple of top football programs here, so that’s pretty cool. Anyways, if you have recieved any general e-mails from me lately, you might have noticed my ‘signature’ at the bottom with my new solgan. So, let’s get started with “Never Stop Learning – Never Stop Creating”…
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen Art Markers
- Canson XL Series Marker Pad, 9″X12″ Fold Over
- Crafty JBird’s Blending Palette
- Manuscript Man-MDP400 Modern Calligraphy Dip Pen and Nib Set
If you have seen any of my previous posts you would know I love using Tombow Dual Brush Pens. You would also know, I love using the blending technique. I use the blending technique one of two ways and my favorite is using my blending palette.
For the first part of myg my saying “Never Stop Learning – Never Stop Creating,” I used Tombow Dual Brush Pen number 606 then used number 673 to ‘pick’ the first up off my blending palette. Click here for my video.
For the second part of my “Never Stop Learning – Never Stop Creating,” I used Tombow Dual Brush number 685 then 723 to ‘pick’ the first color up. Here is my video of my creation.
Though I didn’t include them on my “2018 New Years Goals,” one of them is to finally break down and learn how to calligraphy using a dip calligraphy pen. For the purpose of this post I just jumped right in and attempted with my “Never Stop Learning – Never Stop Creating” slogan. Obviously, I have alot of practicing to do but plan on including y’all in my new journey. Check out my video here.
There you go, my “Never Stop Learning – Never Stop Creating.”
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