Landscape with Scribbly Lines on Watercolor Paper

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For this imaginary landscape, I scribbled lines in many colors of ink, then colored with my Copic markers. The markers look like watercolors on the soft, thick Arturo paper. Love the fuzzy torn edges.
  • Copic 0.3 colored multiliners used: Sky blue, sepia, cool gray, cobalt, olive, wine, pink
  • Other pens used: Micron 0.5 brown, Faber-Castell Pitt sepia F
  • Copic marker colors used: Custom color B2000, B21,41,63, BG70,72, C0, W0, E21,41,81,87, YG61,63,91, BG93, BV20
  • Paper: Arturo bright white watercolor card from Ellen Hutson (size 3-3/8 x 5-1/8")

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