I bet you thought my watercolor flowers series was done, didn’t you? I think I have a few more left in me!
I don’t know if you like Google as much as I do. What did we do before it? I wanted to know what color Freesias were when I got this stamp set – and there are SO many! And the red and yellow one was by far the one that caught my eye. So that’s what I used for coloring today’s flowers – and I included a trick I found for those colors that just don’t like to break down with water. It’s a pretty slick tip that can work with lots of markers! Watch the video below, or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
The colors used on my flowers: Blue 032 for the background, Green 043 and 046 for the leaves, Red 022 and 024 plus Yellows 050 and 052 for the flowers. Clickable links in the supply list below if that helps you!
Coming tomorrow on Periscope…hope you can come on by!
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- Stamps: Altenew Fresh Freesia
- Favorite brushes: Black Velvet, Short Round 6, 2 or 4
- Hardboard surface, variety of sizes
- ZIG Clean Color Real Brush Markers:
032, Persian Blue
022, Carmine Red
024, Wine Red
052, Bright Yellow
043, Olive Green
046, Mid Green
- Paper choices: My favorite and the one used here is Arches Rough —- Canson XL is student grade but works good too!
- Inks I like to use with watercolor: Ranger Archival Ink Pad, Jet Black or VersaFine Ink Pad, Onyx Black