Hi friends! One sure-fire way to kick-start your creativity is to try something new! It might be using a different kind of brush or paint or simply a color you don’t like. Forcing yourself to look at a pigment that had been a problem in the past can help you create combinations you never considered before. That was the case with Oxide of Chromium Green. It is a dull, overpowering (odd that something can be dull and overpowering at the same time huh?) opaque green that has vexed me for years. Today I decided to see if I could learn to love it.
Do you have this color? Well, then follow along with this video!
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- Watercolor: LUKAS 1862 48 half pan set
- Watercolor Paper: Arches Cold Press
- Brushes: Mimik
- Reference photo
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Thanks so much for joining me for this fun experiment and til next time happy crafting!