Watercolour Art — Watercolour Florals

Watercolours Turned into Gouache

Posted by Jen M. on

I've been wanting to paint with Gouache for a while now but i'm really am not a fan of mixing colours with Gauche, its chunky and the colours offered don't really get me inspired to paint.Soooo... I used my watercolour paints and added white gouache to them in little jars and viola! "gouache colours" I actually want to paint with!I bought the tiny containers from amazon years ago, I think they're empty lip gloss containers.         Colours used:-Winsor & Newton White Gouache-DS Mayan Blue-Arteza Peach mixed with W&N Flesh Tint- Arteza Sage Green mixed with a touch...

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New Handmade Pallet

Posted by Jen M. on

First Off Happy New Year Everyone!  So this Christmas I splurged a little on a handmade watercolour pallet from Ocean Paper. (no ad affiliation, I purchased on my own) I've always wanted to try handmade watercolours and as always love to support small businesses. I loved the look of the colours in this pallet (around the world) and decided to pull the trigger when they had their Black Friday Sale!  Once it arrived I was over the moon with the colours and the paints themselves!! They truly are beautiful and I'm so excited to see how they merge with my current...

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October Watercolour Florals

Posted by Weave & Woven on

Feww, was it just me or was October quit crazy this year?? For the entire month I didn't have the chance to update my watercolour florals at all. Therefore, I'm unleashing all my florals painted in October in this post!!! How exciting right lol. 

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Peachy Pink Watercolour Rose

Posted by Weave & Woven on

My latest watercolour project was to make another clip art piece. Slowly woking my way from painting to digitizing my art for fabric!! 

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Soft Red Watercolour Blooms

Posted by Weave & Woven on

A little Update on the painting front! I haven't had any spare time to paint these last couple of months, so last weekend I made some time. I wanted to play around with some red hues and if you know me I had to add some opera rose to it (honestly I just cannot not use it!!). I wanted more subtle green hues to offset the saturation of the florals for the leaves. I used the main red hue to mix with the green (sap green) in order to give a much duller look but also to keep the tone on...

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