I will continue talking about how I got my visual and digital art skills to be where they are today, starting from where My Art Journey Part 2 left off.
My 4/20 Inspired painting. I used acrylic paint and my new Posca markers.
I used my new Posca markers to make this cute piece. The weather was so nice out all week it made me want some lemonade.
The markers are great and the range of sizes makes it easy to create bold lines and tiny details. I love how solid the colors come out. So crisp, clean, and refreshing… just like pink lemonade!
Check out my previous post for more about the Uni-POSCA Markers
My family got me a bunch of beautiful POSCA Paint Markers for my birthday! I’m super excited to experiment with them and create something new!
Uni-POSCA paint markers are non-toxic water-based acrylic markers that can be used on all surfaces. These markers are widely known and trusted by many artists. Lots of Graffiti artists favor these paint markers, such as Oskunk.
I was wandering through Instagram’s explore feed, and I stumbled upon a page full of beautiful serpentine creatures. Corey Woods Reptile Instagram page is a beautiful display of snakes. They are arranged in an aesthetically pleasing fashion, often being arranged by color and pattern intensity.
What art supplies do I use to create my artwork? I will give you a quick run through of the supplies that I use on a day to day basis.