I promised you something different today didn’t I? So I thought I would share a creative exercise that is great for anyone who wants to get started with watercolor paints, or for if you have been dabbling but aren’t sure what to do next. So this exercise uses three ways to make easy abstract watercolor flowers and helps you to get use to how watercolor paints work and how to manipulate them to get the look and effects you want. And I’m hoping that you find it a no-fear exercise that helps you to get a handle on watercolors and inspires you to have some fun experimenting with them, so let me know if it does!
I’ve put all the colors that I have used in the supplies section below. I’m using watercolors in pans from Prima Marketing but this exercise will work on other watercolors too, like liquid watercolors or tube paints, even some of your pens and inks too! If you want to see some close-up pictures of the textures you can find them below!
VIDEO: How To Make Easy Abstract Watercolor Flowers – A Creative Exercise
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Jackson’s Art Raven mop brush size 10/0 and 0
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You can find a list of my favorite and most used art supplies here.
Don’t forget to let me know what watercolors you are using at the moment and if there is a watercolor question or topic you would like me to cover in an up-coming video!
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