Watercolor on glossy photo paper.
Looks like that combination is a really nice effect – think I’ll try it!
Thank you! It is a fun technique, but does need a little practice because the ink is absorbed so quickly that it can’t really be blended. I hope you will try it, I would love to see the results. Be sure to use photo paper, not just glossy paper.
I was thinking the same thing Stripygoose. I love the use of corrugated cardboard as a backing medium
Thank you! Please do try it, it is fun and a bit of a challenge. I like to use corugated paper and other strong textures when it fits the work.
I’m surprised the watercolor dries on that glossy surface. Great effect!
The paper is meant for ink-jet printers, so it absorbs instantly! Which also means that you need to practice a bit before you can get the results you expect. Blending can be a challenge. Thanks!
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