Did you know that the Bearded vulture, like the flamingo, turns pink because of is diet? In this case though, it is bones rather than brine shrimp that cause the color. #PostcardsForTheLunchBag #DanielSmithArtistMaterials @Hahnemühle_USA #ZebraPen_USA #ZebraAmbassador View
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It depends on what you consider an artist. I don’t sell my work, but I’ve been drawing and painting for 60+ years and write art supply reviews and art tutorials. I think that makes me an artist, but I think anyone who creates is an artist no matter their experience level.
@sandra-Strait Oh for sure, Sandra! I used the side hold, with a very dry brush, to apply most of the blushes of pink on the rose petals. It’s a very effective method for areas where you want to “skip” the paint across the surface.
@sandra-strait Yes, I agree Sandra. It can also be an individual thing for some I’m sure, but it never hurts to observe how others hold theirs and try it for one’s self. Typically, I avoid touching the metal ferrule or (binding material on quills).
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