It’s Easter month, and you know what that means…bunnies!
How to watercolor a brown bunny
This particular bunny isn’t Easter-ish – which means little Rosie can do her job all year round! But ain’t she sweet? Some of you have been asking me to show my collection of browns in the Daniel Smith watercolors, since you’ve discovered mixing them is a bit challenging. If you use browns a lot, ie for animals – buying tubes might help save some mixing efforts! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
This lil bunny isn’t new….but she’s sooooo easy to color in whatever medium you like to use.
And as requested – the brown colors I have! Minus the Quinacridones, though, since those don’t granulate at all. For animals I think granulation helps add texture!
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- Stacey Yakula stamp at Purple Onion Designs – Rosie
- Arches French Rough paper Rough Watercolor Pad
- DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolors 5ml Tubes
- Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes, Short Round 8
- Ampersand Hardbord, Flat 8×10
- ShurTech Yellow Frog Delicate Multisurface Masking Tape