Bright colors from this months package help liven up a very cold winterscape. I decided to use this lion I was working on to test out this months products for the #ArtSnacksChallenge of December. These pencils were very flexible for multiple uses. I’d prefer if the pigments were a bit stronger, but the softness might be lost and that was a great feature. Below are some snapshots of the process to show how it looks before and after the waterpen.
Celtic Lion Capitol drawing
Rhodia is one of my favorite general use stationary makers, and I am so glad to have found a US source. I have been in love with the stationary ever since an ex-boyfriend’s mum gifted some to me.
Celtic Lion Capitol First Phase. Here the Caran d’Ache pencils have filled in the shape.
Celtic Lion Capitol First Phase. Here the Caran d’Ache pencils have been blended with a waterpen to smooth out like paint.