Please note: The Gift Bag is no longer available and was part of the first e-course
This lesson starts with a still life of red roses in three glass containers. Karlyn will draw the composition with a Kimberly watercolor pencil and share some techniques for free hand drawing.
1. She will use a different watercolor pencil drawing for her painting. The painting starts by wetting both sides of the paper with a hake brush. Slowly pull water over the watercolor pencil lines to activate the black color.
2. Color is then charged onto the wet surface. A sprayer is essential to keep the paper wet and the colors moving. Color sanding may take place while the paper is wet.
3. After the under-painting dries, colors may be enriched and adjusted. Be careful to not lose the loose wet into wet look.