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Day 11: Inktense!

Today I wrote another Moderately Challenging article and drew/painted "Harvest" while writing, for a total of about five hours of work. It came out all bright and holiday-cheery, I like it. I seem to be on a "paint for traditional Southern decor" kick lately!



The article, How to Draw a Pumpkin with Derwent Inktense pencils is a tutorial on Inktense as much as on drawing pumpkins, and I linked on the Resources to the Derwent site for the cool tutorials by Fiona Peart that they let you download for free. I love Inktense. Glazing over waterproof layers makes it so easy because the underlayers don't run!
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