I’ve been asked by some students about how to create a watercolor a graduated wash sky – it’s not easy, but today’s video has a few tips for you!
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The star was painted on while it was still damp, so it melted into the watercolor beautifully instead of being a super bright dot.
- Heavenly Peace Scene, Impression Obsession Stamps
- Bethlehem’s Light, Colorado Craft Company (sentiment)
- Silver Brush Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes:
Short Round 8
Short Round 12
- Arches Cold Press Paper
- Versafine Onyx Black Ink
- DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Grounds Titanium White 4 oz., —- 16 oz
- Daniel Smith watercolors:
Nickel Azo EH – Blick
Phthalo Blue GS EH – Blick
Aussie Red Gold EH – Blick
Payne’s Blue Gray EH – Blick