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Give Away!

Prizes as seen above.
A4 Sketchbook of 80 sheets
Pack of 5 variety brushes
And a pack of 16 tubes of acrylic paint!

The rules:

You must be following! No give away blogs please.
Must live in the UK (preferably doing GCSE or BTEC Art but that’s not really essential, just the give away is aimed at this audience).
Reblog as many times as you like but likes will not be counted.

There will only be one winner!
The give away will end on the 30th June and I’ll pick and announce the winner the day after.
Good luck!

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I laughed so hard when i read what you said @ladydarkina
So here ya go, but since it was a really old Gaster!Sans sketch, i decided to draw you a new and improved.

Sorry if there are many mistakes i couldnt find my pencil so pen had to do ;v;;;

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So the last few days I have gotten comments and questions about what supplies I use ranging from paper to pens and paint- I know I’ve loaded things before but maybe not as complete? So here we go!

My paper of choice is Canson Mixed Media. I work on all the sizes depending on the project but my favorite size to work on the last year has been the 7x10. It’s small enough to drag around but big enough to not feel limited.
I have a post in my tag that talks a lot more about this wonderful brand- I buy them at BLICKS Art supply, but I’ve seen them at Aaron Brothers, and Michael’s.

Keep reading

sass-queen-vastia asked:

What do you use to color your beautiful art? ;o;

Here’s my art supply.

Ink Liners

  1. Touch Liner
  2. Sakura Pigma Micron
  3. Prismacolor Liner

Markers

  1. Alpha marker
  2. Copic Design (I don’t have sketch)
  3. Copic Ciao
  4. Shinhan Touch marker

I’m going to tell you a hella good tip: try Shinhan Touch markers and Copic Ciao. I know everyone’s singing on about Copic sketch markers all the time, but the reality is it’s hella expensive. For starting out and playing around, Copic Ciao is the less costly option. Shinhan Touch is less well known, but it’s quality rivals Copic Sketch, and more affordable.