The Mountain and Sea series continues. This motif has again sprung from my imagination and shows a seascape in dominant violet tones. I have completely opted for the wet-on-wet technique and find the result very successful. Painting the mountains in wet-on-wet causes the edges to always be blurry, which is what I wanted to do this time. I painted the sky with the clouds in two layers and after the third moistening added more details with the brush. Previously, I had created the clouds with a handkerchief and the dabbing technique. Repeatedly painting in layers integrates the color jobs with each other and into the paper. You can do it with no other medium than with watercolor paints. Doreen.

 

There is also another channel, where I show coloring videos.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJigxhv5cTSdR5HJVG-nqIw

 

Materials:

– paper stretcher by Bromley

– watercolor paper by Hahnemühle from the series Britannia, 30 x 40 cm, 300 g/m², natural white, cold pressed, matt

– watercolor paints by Nevskaya Palitra from the series White Nights in Cadmium Lemon, Magenta, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine Violet, Violet, Quinacridone Violet and Voronezkaya Black

– water spray bottle

– daVinci brushes from the series NOVA synthetics round No. 6, from the series Cosmotop-Mix B round No. 20 for moistering the first time

 

Credits:

Video production – Doreen Gehrke

Music – Broken Orient by fluffy (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/fluffy/58886 Ft: Doxent Zsigmond  

 

https://youtu.be/p6AcWrd3auc