Hi friends! I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving yesterday (or a lovely week if you don’t celebrate it.) We had a wonderful day vising family and feasting on good food! One of my all-time favorite foods is actually peaches and nectarines. Maybe that’s why I liked painting this so much?
I have a real-time lesson of this painting up now in Critique Club. The real-time lesson is over 2 hours long but it is broken up into 10 smaller parts so you can fit in the project as you have snippets of time. It also makes it more manageable I think so you don’t get overwhelmed. Critique Club is a membership group where you have access to 70 in-depth art lessons (with 2 additional lessons added each month!) creative prompts and the ability to upload your artwork for feedback from me. It’s only $5 a month and you can cancel anytime. Learn more or enroll here.
Here is the timelapse version:
- M Graham Watercolors (or what you like) Quin Red (PR209) Cadmium Yellow (PY35) You can use Gamboge or Indian yellow (or any warm bright yellow) Yellow ochre or Raw Sienna Burnt Umber or Burnt Sienna (Pbr7) Ultramarine Blue (PB29) Hookers Green (PG7, PY110) *you can mix your own
- Schminke Super granulating colors (You don’t need these, I am just having fun experimenting with them at the moment.) Galaxy black (Pbk11, PB29) also you can mix burnt umber and Ultramarine for a very similar look and texture Tundra Orange (PR233, Pbr7, PY43) You can use yellow ochre, burnt sienna and a touch of cad red or potters pink to create this.
- Derwent Coloursoft Pencils: C720 white C640 brown black C600 mid brown C480 Lincoln Green C410 dark green C400 lime Green C450 yellow green C020 Acid Yellow C590 ochre C060 pale orange C080 bright orange C100 rose C120 red C180 blush pink C150 cranberry C250 purple Also a cool grey 50 and 90 from Prismacolor Reference photo: https://pixabay.com/photos/nectarines-peaches-fruits-6808372/
At the time of posting Blick has Derwent Colorsoft 50% off as well as the Derwent Inktense pencils, Inktense blocks, Pastel pencils, and XL Watersoluble Charcoal sets and XL Watersoluble Graphite sets! I haven’t really seen any other great Black Friday deals for art supplies (that are worth buying) but that sure is a good deal if you are looking for any of those products. Happy crafting!