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TRYING HANDMADE WATERCOLORS FOR THE FIRST TIME

Date: 2020-04-21 12:56:33

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Hi! I hope you enjoyed this video of me trying out handmade watercolors for the first time. If you have any thoughts or know something I didn’t cover, just let me know! I would like to be more intentional with the supplies I have and use them as effectively as possible. (Also if I’m wheezing in this video, my spring allergies have been KILLING ME)

poemsaboutyou Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/poemsaboutyou Go check it out!!

If you want to support me and see behind the scenes process work, real-time videos, and updates into my personal life, you can become a patron at patreon.com/sarucatepes

You can check out my shop at www.sarucatepes.com/shop to pick up this painting or check out stickers, prints, apparel, etc!

SUPPLIES USED IN THIS VIDEO
Poemsaboutyou Handmade Watercolors
Arches Hot Press 9×12″ Watercolor Block
Prismacolor Col-Erase in Terra Cotta
Trekell Golden Taklon Rounds in 4 and 10
Trekell Golden Taklon Flats in 4 and 12
Beste Golden Taklon Rounds in 2, 4, and 12
Polar Flo Golden Taklon Liner in 1
Gelly Roll Gel Pen
Prismacolor Premiere in Beige

WATERCOLORS IN THIS VIDEO- Swatches
Top row- left to right (gifted from the shop owner!)
Goethite, English Red, Mummy Bauxite, Cobalt Aquamarine, Magnetite, Azurite
Middle row- left to right
Florentine Green, Mayan Green Genuine, Prussian Blue, Chinese Vermillion, Indian Yellow, Cobalt Purple Tyrian
Bottom row- left to right
Indigo, Marigold Orange, Red Ocher, Lazurite Baikal, Gilsonite, Potter’s Pink

My favorite colors were definitely (in order on the swatches) English Red, Mayan Green, Chinese Vermillion Cobalt Purple Tyrian, and Indigo

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