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VIDEO: Watercolor and Ink Flower Drawing
How have you been getting on with your Inktober sketching? If you follow me on Instagram or you are part of my Creative Tips newsletter group then you will know that I've been doing a sketch per day and sharing as part of Inktober. I've really been doing my own thing and not following the official prompts but using it to generate sketch ideas, play with different styles and practice of course!I have plans to work up some of my favourite sketches into other projects and I was hoping to encourage you to do the same thing. So today's video share is a process video for a watercolor and ink flower drawing that comes from my Day 18 sketch. I'm also testing out the Daniel Smith watercolor paints and if you scroll down below you can see a close up of the granulation you get with some of these watercolor paints, You can spot it in the picture above as well.Anyway, enjoy the video and you will see what I mean about granulation once you have watched it! Oh and I share how to add the punchinella texture too!VIDEO: Watercolor and Ink Flower Drawing  SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!WATCH ON YOUTUBE![There are some affiliate links in this blog post, so if you buy through them I do get a small amount of money at no extra cost to yourself. Thanks for your support!]——— S U P P L I E S ———Cold Press Watercolor Paper (I'm using St Cuthberts Mill Bockingford 300 gsm / 140lb)...Buy from Amazon UK...Buy from Amazon USDaniel Smith Watercolor Primatek Set...Buy from Amazon UK...Buy from Amazon USDaniel Smith Watercolor Essentials Set...Buy from Amazon UK...Buy from Amazon USWinsor and Newton black indian ink (water resistant)...Buy from Amazon UK...Buy from Amazon USDip Pen / Nib holder...Buy from Amazon UK...Buy from Amazon USPunchinella...Buy from Amazon UK...Buy from Amazon USMagic Sponge...Buy from Amazon UK...Buy from Amazon USJackson's Art Raven Brush Size 4...Buy From Jackson's Art (ships worldwide)Jackson's Art Raven Brush Size 0...Buy From Jackson's Art (ships worldwide)Kitchen towel That grainy texture in the photos is the granulation I'm going on about, you can see it really well in the Amethyst color along the bottom. Isn't it gorgeous?Let me know how you are doing with your daily sketches and I would love to know what you will be doing with them next. Do you have any projects planned for them?KimCome And Connect With Me:YouTubeInstagram TwitterPinterestFacebook Join My Newsletter!
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