Hi friends! Today I am going to share a quick and easy flower to paint. This is great for when you want to warm up for a day of painting or you want to test out some new paint or paper.
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- Paint (Schnimke flask palette) on Blick, and Amazon or Jacksons
- Shizen Handmade watercolor paper
- My Signature watercolor brushes (#8 round and cats tongue)
That’s all for today! I hope you enjoyed this fun warm-up lesson and til next time happy crafting!
2 thoughts on “Watercolor Warm-Up: Peony”
Everything you do is educational and informative. One thing I would love for you to teach me is about grays. No one ever talks about them. There are warms and cools and French. When do you use which and why? I am sure others would want to know! Thanks.
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In paint I mix my own Grey’s from colors I am already using. In markers I look for a color that matches the undertone of the object I am drawing.