Then I thought just start drawing with it (as she suggested in the first post). I am still trying to learn how to control it and admit that when I am pleased with a mark, I am very pleased because those marks remind me of the lines that I admire in other people's work--thick and thin--with a confidence that my marks do not have.
Brush Pen & Copic Ciao Markers
Brush Pen, Copic Ciao Markers & a Prismacolor .03 marker for the fine lines on the petals .
I also tried again to do some collage a la Teesha Moore. I hate the figure, but love the border which is a collage of my own cut up drawings. I would like to find a way to use the background and border in other work.
M.P.--Can you identify the original artists of the face and the body (up to the legs)?
E.O--Look, I used a stamp at the top left corner. I only have about 100 more stamps to incorporate into my work!
Baci e abbracci!