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February 8, 1991
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SailorMoonFanGirlProfessional Artist
happy birthday :) :hug:
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EmeraldAngelStudioHobbyist General Artist
Awesome thank you!
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SailorMoonFanGirlProfessional Artist
You're welcome :)
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Tribble-IndustriesHobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday, sorry about the clone trooper birthday cake, the fangirls hijacked it.
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EmeraldAngelStudioHobbyist General Artist
Hahaha!!!
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Tribble-IndustriesHobbyist General Artist
One interesting question as well, I noticed  you use Prismacolor color pencils. Your Pencil coloring technique is actually close to what one would do with with Copic markers. Where did you learn this technique?

I might have a source on some lesser known ways to use Color Pencils if you are interested.

One technique I found, I call it "Ghost Drawing" using certain items you can draw on paper and then use color pencils to create ghostly transparent effects, or using a color pencil and drawing with force you can then color in behind it and make a totally different background shade. due to differences in surface height. 

The most interesting thing was the one I found that depending on the Pencil wax/filler content it can resist or break down under marker effects.
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EmeraldAngelStudioHobbyist General Artist
Kinda just learned on my own honestly o3o;
It's just a form of burnishing / blending colors together. Though finding more colors within the same family helps the blending a lot better too!
Though the most I have used is about 3 shades together, if not I have to layer on top of another if they are two different colors to get the blend as smooth as possible.