I stumbled upon these things called brush pens, which are basically sketch pens with a brush like tip. After reading a bit online, I decided to give these a try (Camlin brush pens). I was expecting these to have watercolor like properties, basically just watercolor filled in a pen. But, I have to say I was disappointed. These turned out to be semi-permanent colors, very fast drying basically impossible to blend them after applying. The only way I could blend these was to touch the tips to transfer some color from one pen to other and hope that it works. Nevertheless I did paint a few things, and they turned out to be okay. I expect to not use these pens much though.
My mother painted a quick one and decided that she did not like these :).
I wanted to check how these color blend and decided to paint a rose from an image I found online.
I had saved this image from internet a long time back as a good candidate for a simple painting for practice. I think it was a good choice to do it with these colors as not much blending was needed.
This was the last one I am going to do with these colors as I had only one sheet left. As there are 24 pens in the set, basically a lot of colors, I decided to go full throttle on the colors, and picked a fall scene. I was totally lost about how to paint the reflection in the water, but overall the painting looks nice I think.
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