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More fun with china marker resist... I like the freedom of not knowing how the lines will look until the moment when I wash over them with color, and at that point it is too late to change them. The white waxy marks are nearly invisible on the white paper, so all I have to go on is a memory of where my hand has been.

With other kinds of drawing or painting I have more sense of how the piece is evolving while I work on it, and I can make changes and corrections as I go along. In contrast, this process is mysterious and awkward and sudden.


Reminds me of dyeing Easter eggs, where you draw with the white wax crayon first. What fun!

Like a Christmas present that you didn't know you were going to get. I have the same experience with photos that I take at night. I won't know what I've seen until I download it. Great fun.



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