For the next project, I used a sheet of Bristol Smooth Mixed Media paper.
(I will do a detailed post later showing the steps in this project.)
Basically what I did was use a mop brush and plenty of water
to draw the larger flowers on the paper.
The Brusho crystals were sprinkled into each area and left to mix.
In some areas I used more than one color.
In a few spots I used a small paint brush to push color where I wanted it to go.
The leaves were added the same way the tree trunk was added in the first project.
Once this was completely dry, I added tangling with a Sharpie fine point.
I did not have any trouble drawing on the Brusho at all.
The Brusho dried flat and smooth, and
accepted the penwork with no problems.
No skips, no pulls on the nib, no dragging lines.
Smooth as could be!
The Brusho colors were consistently bright,
intense and beautiful. I really love the way the purple shows several different colors.
The black does the same, I just haven't used it in a project yet.