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Tikki Painting

Updated: May 24, 2018

This colorful protector of the village is available as an Art Print at . You can also get this image printed on any item on the Reb Bubble website (link above) like journals, notebooks, posters, apparel, home decor, cards, clocks, wall draperies, scarfs, and so much more!

The original piece of art is available in my SHOP.

Materials Used

140# Multimedia paper - It's thick and able to withstand layers of water-based paints. I also enjoy the texture of the 300 series paper. Get 2 packs (32 sheets each) of Arteza Watercolor paper from Amazon by clicking here.

Tombow Calligraphy Pens (fine tips) - My mother gave me a set of these for my birthday and my artistic mind burst with glittery glee when I realized how easily these pens made thick and thin lines in a single stroke! They also ink right over the chalky gouache paint (when it is dry) so if I want to make a piece pop with bold black outlines I can. As an artist I love tools and materials that give me more options to use them. Get a set of 2 pens (different sizes) from Amazon by clicking here.

Chameleon Pens – My favorite markers to use by far! These unique pens have a patented chambered ink design that allows you to get incredible fades from light to dark or even from one color to the next! Worth every penny. Get a set of 52 colors with clear ink chamber for fading (on each pen!) from Amazon by clicking here.

Derwent Coloursoft Pencils – The vibrancy of the color in these pencils and the smooth feeling they have while using them make these my go-to colored pencils, whether I am layering color or burnishing. They have a white blender that comes in most sets. I personally love to burnish with the colors themselves because it makes the vibrancy pop. Get a set of 72 pencils on Amazon by clicking here.

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