Even as early as first grade art class, you learn that watercolor/painting is an entirely different category from stamping, which basically requires a stamp pad and rubber stamp. But this tutorial blurs the line between the two art forms in the most attractive way possible.
Watch the video to learn a simple technique using waterbased markers and a fine mist sprayer on rubber stamps. By spraying the rubber stamp with mist, you'll liquify your colors, creating a light watercolor effect.
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