Anyway, I sketched with it the face below and I liked the flow of the pencil. It even smeared when I went over the lines with my hand just like charcoal does. But . . .
. . . When I went over it with a wet brush it reacted like a watercolor pencil. It was great! :) I have watercolor pencils and none of them feel the way this one does when you sketch. It just might be my new fave pencil. :)
I like this girl. I'm calling her Indigo Girl. :) Because she has superpowers and knows things we mere ordinary humans don't. And she is here to introduce new ways to human kind.
I used water-soluble oil pastels for the face and mixed media on the hair. Lots of hidden layers of napkins covered with pink water-soluble oil pastel and brayered over with a white acrylic paint.
29 Faces and The Butterfly Effect.
And for all my Cotton Candy Girls students. :) First lesson is up!
My Cotton Candy Girls On-line Workshop is now open and running. Only 25 $. Registration will be open until end of May, so you still have time to join us. :)