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Thread: Landscape with Gloop pen

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    Landscape with Gloop pen

    I was interested in painting a scene with only the gloop pen and blender.

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    June.

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    Hi Have you been away on Holiday's ?? Maderia Maybe I thought
    I'd posted this morning in the early hours to you ?? but was with Klimt's Lughole so forgot Ok I like this one
    With a Gloop Pen ?? OK must try it when I'm in a Mad Moment CIAO SLAINTE

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    Gloop pen and a blender? Looks remarkably like watercolor. I believe you, but this is a very creative approach.

    Amazing and most beautiful. How long did it take (generally) to blend it down to the paper? I imagine it was mostly blending since as I recall this is the opposite of the gloop pen's kind of mark. I must confess I am unfamiliar with its use. Just from what I've seen others do with it.

    Anyway, the end result is astonishing. I particularly like how it looks like going from fairly even smoothness and then it gave a dry brush effect at certain edges which is probably more an effect of the blender?

    GO ENUG!
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    Thanks Mr. Ploos - no, still in Aus though have just booked a trip to NZ later in the year but that's only 4-5hrs. flying time. Just a hop skip and a jump really.

    I should have recorded my steps Mr DA as I can't really remember now. Though I do have a record of the presets I used. Three blenders and three Gloops. I used a watercolour canvas and once I worked out what effects I wanted it didn't take much time at all.
    June.

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