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Kid Loki - liquid watercolor tutorial by taintedsilence Kid Loki - liquid watercolor tutorial by taintedsilence
Sorry for the huge file, folks. But its all here. The full tutorial, from start to finish. (will be cross-posted onto my tumblr: [link] )

What? This tutorial seems to be a promotion for my kickstarter? Why yes, you are correct! My kickstarter is an instructional artbook filled with tutorials JUST LIKE THIS ONE! If you appreciate the work I did and find this tutorial informative, I would love a reblog, and for you to check out my kickstarter!

[link]
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audreve Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2013
This is awesome! Thank you so much :hug:
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taintedsilence Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2013  Professional Artist
I hope it helps!

(p.s. my artbook is now complete, and it has a whole bunch more tutorials like this one: [link] )
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audreve Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2013
Sweet! I'll check it out, thanks! ;)
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spankingfemfatale Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012
Damn cool tutorial and great subject to use! ;)
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KrisseyMage Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
"About half my time is also spent trying to keep my cat out of my work" I know how that goes ;.;
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:icondances-with-hipsters:
GREAT! I love watercolors and I'm ALWAYS looking for new techniques to try out. Thank you for posting this! (plus the kid Loki picture is FABULOUS)
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taintedsilence Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Professional Artist
thanks for looking! (Also, every time i see your little icon I laugh. Whats teh original from?)
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:icondances-with-hipsters:
I actually drew it for my art blog on Tumblr for October XD I never changed it to the new one I have on Tumblr Xd
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ElfinBlood Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012
Awesome work! Just a quick question, what brand of watercolor block are you using? I've always wanted to try using a watercolor block because I essentially drench my pages when working with watecolors but I wasn't sure which brand would give me the most bang for my buck!
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taintedsilence Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012  Professional Artist
I tried these new ones I found at dick blick called "fluid" and they're really nice! [link] The best part is they're also really inexpensive! (most of them you can buy for less than $10) They're not true blocks, as they're only bound on two sides, but they warp a LOT less than non-bound papers.

I talk more about all this kind of stuff in my artbook! [link]
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