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    Default blending molotow markers

    I'm looking for some tips on how to best blend colours with molotow one4all paint markers.
    I am trying a couple different methods but it's not quite right.
    So if any one can help point me in the right direction that would be great.
    Help me better my art, so I can put my ideas to paper.

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    Hey there, i jus bought a complete set of these markers n they r very high quality n very good markers but if you really wanna blend ur better off with prisma, copics or even sharpies, they have speccific blending markers which is cool. You deff need to research n look into the technique tho because if u do it right it you can get some nasty combos. If i were u n were trying to blend molotows id try doing halftones.

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    You can't really blend paint markers. You can bu enough intermediate colors and stipple in but it will never look as smooth as any of the alcohol-based markers that Mr. Late mentioned above. Of course, how you rock it can do a lot on something like this. I would recommend grabbing a scrap of extra paper, testing out your transitions first, then executing what works. Just keep in mind it's not going to be a smooth blend no matter what. Those are designed to be opaque, and that means they will obscure whatever you put them over. Work darker shades first and you might get a little bit of transparency. Do NOT try and puddle them up and mix them wet because that will probably soak paint into the other marker and change its color and it won't look good.

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    thanks I'll rethink my methods and find a better style that works with my ideas and my medium. these are great markers and I'm starting to see what I can do with them. and really like how they work for me.

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    i found a paintbrush really helps in regard to pooling a little bit of paint on both sides of your transition , because you can just wash out a paintbrush

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    do light the dark then shade dark to the ight color Name:  1409281205477.jpg
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    That looks like shit. Don't listen to this guy^

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    I just use my finger to blend them.

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    If i were u n were trying to blend molotows id try doing halftones.




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    Blending acrylic paint? Eh you might as well just buy it in tubes and just a brush, hombre. One4alls aren't really for blending.


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