March 3, 2014
I wanted to do another marker design similar to my mandelas but with flowers.
The ideal portable project using my 8x11 watercolor moleskine.
I got the design down first, using rulers, stencils and freehand lines.
Fine point sharpies, faber-castell markers and bic markers are my favorites and used throughout.
I try to use all the colors.
Flowers get to be any color they want in these drawings!
I ended up finishing up the background in a parallel line pattern. Lots of other options I would like to try: watercolor, gray/black patterned background. But this worked at the time.
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