Hi guys! 😃
Today I will be sharing with you a watercolor painting of succulents, using Saunders Waterford watercolor paper,. I’ve been using this paper since 2013, and in my opinion, this is a great watercolor paper where you don’t have to put a layer of water first. And so far, for me, this is one of the best because it blends well the mixture of colors and the paint can be edited even if you leave it for a few minutes.
Anyway, back to the video, this is my 1st art vid of succulents and 3rd from the list of plant art videos (you can check out the two other plant art videos, I will paste the link below) and the most painting technique that I did here is blending, from dark to light and to know where your light should be.
So I hope you like this video and learn something from this.
Thank you so much for watching and have a great day ahead! 😃😃
God bless ❤
*Paper- Saunders Waterford 300gsm
*Watercolor- Prang Oval-16 Semi-moist Watercolor
*Brush- Berkeley 000, Water Brush
*Masking Tape 1″
*Poster Color white
*Birds in Flight
*Blue Creek Tail
*Casey Don’t You Fret
*Lazy River Rag
*The CleanUp Man
-by Dan Lebowitz from YouTube Audio Library
PLANT ART VIDEOS:
A Simple Watercolor Painting for Beginners | Cactus #1 | Tutorial with Aces Art+Sketch
A Simple Watercolor Painting for Beginners | Cactus # 2 | Tutorial with Aces Art+Sketch