Hi, Friends! I have a new project to share with you that comes with a video tutorial. It focuses on a watercolor technique that I love, Pouring Paint. But as my watercolors are not “out” and accessible at the moment, I thought I’d share a version of this technique using my handy mists.
Pouring Paint makes for luminous projects and helps open one’s mind to uses of color that are not immediately apparent. Adding color, for example, where you see none. “What does Vivian mean,” you ask? Well, I’ve seen this technique used fantastically to create snow. Snow is white, yes? But when you pour very diluted paint to start your painting of snow, the results are GORGEOUS! Those of you still inundated with snow ought to get out and take some pix of your snowy scenes and then paint them.
I used more concentrated color for my project, and I just love how the colors transition and move.
Hope you will take a break from your day to watch!
Inkadinkado – Stamps