This was definitely a mixed media kinda design with acrylic paint/sprays/markers/neocolors and a China Marker. What is a China Marker you may ask? Let's have Wikipedia answer that question. . .
The grease pencil, a wax writing tool also known as a wax pencil, china marker, (or chinagraph pencil in the United Kingdom), is made of hardened colored wax and is useful for marking on hard, glossy non-porous surfaces such as porcelain, glass, polished stone, plastic, ceramics and other glazed, lacquered or polished surfaces, as well as the glossy paper that is used for photographic printing (particularly for contact sheets), x-rays, and for marking edits on analog audio tape and film. It is also used to label theatrical lighting gels. It is often used as a construction or handyman's marking tool as it rarely scratches the surface it is used on. It may be used to mark a wet surface. They are also favored among some traditional artists. Due to its ability to write on glass, it is often used in chemistry labs to mark glassware.
The house is getting littered with my girls again - I've started taping them to my craft cabinet in the corner of the kitchen - Now they can stare at us while we eat dinner. . .
I think I gravitate to drawing girls since it is my antidote to all the testosterone in this house!! Plus - girls are way prettier and more fun to draw than boys anyway. Draw some long locks and luscious lips on a male and they get all wigged out about it!
Linking to Art Journal Every Day,