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9:42 AM, Thursday July 14th 2022

Dude, thanks man!

I always had my own way of doing stuff, so this sort of comment is more than welcome!

If you want, I have a technique for warm up/practice which I like to do; use a thin brush pen and start drawing nice looking lines on paper, then look for shapes that look like the beginning of a specific thing (like a face, hand, arm, leg etc), then draw lines to make those shapes more obvious. Now keep doing this while also turning the paper around while looking for new things to draw. For an added challenge try not crossing any of the lines to keep it kinda abstract. Maybe this helps inspiring you?

6:21 AM, Friday July 15th 2022

Thank you for sharing! I am currently interested in trying watercolor painting, more specifically in line and wash, and your technique sounds very, very awesome and I might give it a shot! I might try to just put blobs of paint, then going with ink over them to define the shapes as you said. My problem is that I start WAAAAY too many projects and ways of doing art, and my hope is that I will stick with this one :P

Anyways, you do a great job to staying true to yourself and your style is very awesome and unique! Best of luck to you!

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