Watercolor Pencils – Flower

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A five-part lesson series on drawing and painting with watercolor pencils. After a contour line drawing is loosely created with graphite, the process of layering colors begins. As each combination of colors are applied with the pencils, they are activated with water and shaped with the brush, giving the artist the ultimate control. Only a few colors are required to develop this soft image.

  • Coldpress Watercolor Paper (140 lb.)
  • Watercolor Pencils
  • H Graphite Pencil
  • Nylon Brushes
  • Kneaded Eraser
  • Water


Watercolor Pencils – Flower — 4 Comments

  1. matt,
    there is a white sponge like cleaner in the grocery store or walmart…I believe it is called “magic mr.clean”…it serves like the napkin but better to pick up the water…it comes in a small box of 2…retangle shape aand it can be cut at any size…

    • Hi Jackie,

      Thanks for your question. The colors are altered in the art in order to increase the contrast and to make the work a bit more aesthetic. It’s okay to deviate from the colors that are observed if you feel that it makes the art more successful. In this case, I like the reds a bit more than the strong oranges. There is still a bit of yellow used with the reds, creating muted oranges in areas.

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