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!
Watch the video below or click HERE to watch it on YouTube.
The star was painted on while it was still damp, so it melted into the watercolor beautifully instead of being a super bright dot.
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That is just beautiful Sandy
How awesome to see the paint softly getting from the top to the bottom, wow! A great sky and background.
Perhaps the bunny is the little girls/boy’s stuffed animal, just guessing.
Thank you so much for showing and have a great day.
I love your card. You always make it look so easy. I didn’t see a link for the sentiment though. Can you tell me what set it’s from? Thanks.
Sorry! It’s here: https://salln.net/2Y4fRjd
Great tutorial – I’ll be coming back to this one many times. Thank You!