Pen& Ink with Watercolor Tutorial: Fuchsia Flower

Hi friends!  Earlier this week I was playing with some new fine-liners. They were intended to be used for drawing under alcohol ink markers but I wondered if they would work under watercolor too so I gave them a try.57099028_10213948603534627_7983190502033850368_o (1).jpg

They worked great! I shared the painting on Instagram and asked people if they would like a step by step tutorial on the process and they did so that is what I have for you today!

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Not only can you watercolor over the pens but if you have a ho-hum painting that you want to sharpen up you can do the inking on top. Give it a try and see what you like best! Til next time happy crafting!

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  1. Very beautiful! Fuschia is one of my favorite colors. 😊

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  2. This tutorial is absolutely fantastic Lindsay! Thank you so much and I intend to have a go at this (fuchsias are one of my favourite flowers). The step by step methodology works really well. Love it!

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  3. This is a great tutorial. Love your style and easy to follow along instructions. Have a great weekend.

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  4. This is one of my favorite flower watercolours you’ve done Lindsay! It’s so fresh and bright. The water deeops just make it. 🥰

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