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Artwork by STAR影法師 Source: http://weibo.com/shadowmagician

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Another DIY project: Watercolor Travel Kit.    Bought this two-tone multipurpose container from Daiso for 88 pesos. It contains two compartments. The upper portion can fit a Koi waterbrush or a couple pieces of watercolor stock paper and tissue. The second compartment contains detachable lids, remove for easy access when dipping your brush into the paint. Squeeze out colors of your choice and leave them to dry. You can then use them like a regular watercolor pan set.

Another DIY project: Watercolor Travel Kit. Bought this two-tone multipurpose container from Daiso for 88 pesos. It contains two compartments. The upper portion can fit a Koi waterbrush or a couple pieces of watercolor stock paper and tissue. The second compartment contains detachable lids, remove for easy access when dipping your brush into the paint. Squeeze out colors of your choice and leave them to dry. You can then use them like a regular watercolor pan set.

WATERCOLOR by Kanta Harusaki/Japan

WATERCOLOR by Kanta Harusaki/Japan