The colours blend so beautifully they are so vibrant and pigmented that it just makes painting a dream.
In addition to the backgrounds I added Archival Ink in jet black to the page using an embossing folder which I added ink to. I then used a Heavy Texture Modelling Paste and a stencil from Ali Express to create texture. You can get some great and very cheap art stencil masks over at Ali Express and they are all less than £2.50.
This is the second page I have created in this way, the first page I created for a swap I took part in on Instagram. I love the end result of both the pages. This really is stunning paint, I can't wait to get the whole set.
Have you tried the Daniel Smith watercolours yourself? What did you think? Pop me a comment below.
27/7/2018 10:37:07 pm
Thank you Emma. Trust me you won't regret it they are gorgeous paints. DontDoforget to use the xmas in July code xx
28/7/2018 10:45:47 pm
Absolutely love this kerry , Thankyou for sharing xx
29/7/2018 01:01:35 am
Thank you Lorrie, it's the paints that did all the work xx
18/10/2018 09:00:39 pm
Wow! I just found your site today (thank you, Pinterest!) and you have so many great posts, I can't wait to read more! I really appreciate your videos, too. It's so helpful to see someone else's process (not just the results). Thanks for sharing all this goodness. :)
20/10/2018 06:50:12 pm
Awww thank you Jules, gotta love Pinterest xx Just checked out your site, it looks fabulous too xx
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