Thanks to all of you for your patience in waiting for another in my Watercolor Flowers Series! This one was filmed a while ago, but it’s been sitting in the queue waiting for its moment to shine!
This time I’m working on looser watercolors – trying out some masking fluid, and just letting that paint flow where it wants to go! I shot this video a while ago, so I’ve had more experience with watercolor and papers since then.
I think I could get into this watercolor thing – how about you?
Each time I practiced painting the same watercolor flowers, different things happened – so you can come out with all kinds of looks by just letting the water and paint mix in different ways!
The Garden Bloom stencil is no longer available but here are some other ideas:
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- Garden Bloom stencil is no longer available.
- Grumbacher Miskit
- Gansai Tambi sets at Blick
- Gansai Tambi sets at EH:
- Canson XL Paper: EH – BLICK
- Silver Brush Black Velvet Round #8 EH – BLICK – AMZ
- Thermoweb Adhesive Pick-Up Square
- Daniel Smith Artist Masking Fluid
- Fineline Masking Fluid
- Grafix Incredible Masking Fluid