So today’s Inktober prompt was ‘loop’. I delayed drawing a piece as I spent quite a bit of today at the shop starting an autumn window piece using my Posca markers.
As part of a conversation with Malcolm, a local friend, yesterday about painting window displays included his need to find a way of making the black in his piece opaque. I promised to experiment with my Posca markers. Then last night I chatted with the lady at Shoreside who has used Posca for her window designs. So today I started a design that evolved in my head and then on the window. I also found that the 8k markers went on better than the 7M nibs. I was very pleased with what I produced so far today. These photos show the stages of today’s progress.
Malcolm visited today and went away with the details of the markers, he added a bird to one of my branches which I am leaving.
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