It's no secret that one of my very favorite mediums to use are Twinkling H2O's. I'm always so excited by these spectacular little pots of shimmering watercolors, that every time I get them out (which is often), I'm astounded at the intensity and array of colors. They're so versatile, with more than 200 colors available there's no need to mix them. In fact, this journal page, a quick study of tulips, is done using a very limited palette of only a couple of colors. I mixed and layered them to create the beautiful shimmering depth in the flowers. I'll teach you more about this technique in my upcoming workshop for joggles.com called "Mastering Twinks". It's slotted to run in the new year and details will be announced here and on joggles.com in the coming weeks.
Also, thank you to everyone who cast a vote for me in the "The Blog Guidebook" Top Blog of 2011. I am thrilled to be nominated and have been humbled by the support and encouragement I have received. If you haven't had a chance to vote, click on the button on the right, voting for the elimination round closes on Friday.
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