Tutorial: painting dried flowers with watercolor

Materials: – a medium round brush with a fine tip (I use a Black Velvet brush from Silverbrush in size 6) – a fine brush (I use a Nova brush from Da Vinci in size 2) – a sheet of watercolor paper (I use Hahnemuhle’s « the collection » range in fine grain) – 3 colors: Flamingo pink (Les Couleurs VF), Vessie green and Sennelier red (Sennelier) Dried flowers are one of the most interesting winter subjects. It’s easy to miss because they are there all the time in nature and change little during this season. However, dried flowers have a delicate and precious shape that is very pleasant to capture in watercolor. In this tutorial, I suggest you use transparency to create an overlay effect. Want to continue the adventure? I suggest you continue to explore watercolor and its different techniques, and discover the many creative possibilities. To celebrate the end of the challenge, you can benefit from a 25% discount until March 4, 2023 on the bundle offering my three courses on technique, as well as my last course on creative birds. Here are the links to find out more: – Course on technique: https://mirglis.com/cours-en-ligne-technique-aquarelle
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