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Brush painting can provide new possibilities if you use mascara in several different colors. Mascara can be typed directly from the bottle and mixed with other colors, then you will get many different shades. Or dilute with water (if you use water-based or acrylic-based mascara), then you will get light washings. In this way, you can either complete the drawing with a few bold brush strokes, or create something resembling a watercolor painting.
Colored mascara can be combined with black mascara and applied to paper with a brush or pen, or use mixed techniques with other materials for drawing or painting, for example, with acrylic paints, charcoal or oil pastels.
Drawing with markers and colored markers is very nice, but since you won’t get soft effects with them, they are more suitable for sketching and quick sketching. Markers (thick instruments with a wide tip in the form of a wedge) and markers are usually pens with tanks containing mascara based on alcohol or water. Water-based ink is good for sketches because alcohol-based ink is “flowing” through the paper, and some colors may appear on the back of the sheet. Mascara is a transparent material, so different colors can be mixed on the surface of the paper by applying one layer of ink to another; they are also good to use in combination with drawing ink.
One of the most famous mixed painting techniques is wax painting, which is based on the incompatibility of oil and water. The drawing is done with wax pencils, a wax oil pastel, an oil bar (oil paint in solid form) or an ordinary wax candle, then it is covered with water-based mascara on top. Wax repels mascara and creates a variety of fascinating effects.
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