Gina Marie

Kith & Kin
Kith & Kin by Gina Marie (@GinaMarie)

300 lb. cold press Kilimanjaro Koi Watercolors

This piece inspired by some moths, I photographed in our yard. The big moth actually is colored as close to real as possible. These were really cool moths!

17 years and 328 days ago
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Posted: Friday, 12 November, 2004 @ 10:33 AM

I use Koi watercolos right now, - (tubes, paint) by Sakura. I really am not that fond of the watercolor pencils, and even though I have some, I hardly ever pick them up. I have Yarka watercolors on my Christmas wish list, and I am keeping my fingers crossed, that Santa sees fit to put them under my tree Christmas morning. They are really the best watercolors, and I am fainting with anticipation at having a full set....large grin! I am sure you will enjoy using watercolors, they are so versital, and cost effective too!!! A little goes a long way, and they have lasting power in that area.

Posted: Sunday, 23 January, 2005 @ 12:11 PM

thank you very much...yes you really need to give watercolors a go, I just love em, so I am a bit biased though...grin" I got my Yarka sets for Christmas...oh my I am hooked, really hooked, they are fantastic...I highly recommend them to any one interested in watercolors.

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