Day 34, Warratahstree's 100 Days of Portraits, Experiments with Stabilo and Inktense

Day 34/100 Using Derwent Inktense pencils, Stabilo, and StampinUp markers.  Using a similar techniques by Karen Campbell on Youtube, I  wanted to experiment with some of the StampinUp markers I have. In Karen's video she used Tombow markers, which are water soluble.   However,  the StampinUp markers I have are not water soluble. They don't activate with water so creating a painted blending look didn't work.   To use a similar shading technique to share as Karen used,  I used my Inktense pencils and Stabilo pencils.  The Stabilo doesn't spread or cover as well as the Derwent Inktense pencils do. However they do allow you to reactivate them and give great dark shading effects.  Once the Derwent Inktense pencils are dry they are permanent and will not reactivated like the Stabilo do.  
 I  used a combination of the Stabilo and Inktense pencils to create the shading.  I like the effect of the StampinUp markers as the base for the shade of the hair and some of the cheek area.