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Secret Garden Well



From The Secret Garden.  Using Frixion markers.  They're good for the little tight places, not good for the wider areas.  I finished this during my 3 day media deprivation exercise (on Sunday).  (ignore dirt please).  There are a couple of smudged spots (dumb hand)20170219_205509.jpg

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No, I won't ignore the dirt. I think it came out just fine (and so did the rest of it, too).  ;) 

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Very pretty.  I love the frixxon gel pens!   If you take your time, you can use them for larger areas.  You might like the inkjoy gel pens and I just got a set of 6 bic gel pens that I wanted just for writing in my new attempt at journaling and they are really nice so I've colored with them a bit as well.

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