Painting desserts in watercolor
Whether you are painting a chocolate donut, a rose, or a white rabbit, the color palette in watercolor can be extremely simple. You can decide on what yellow or red to choose from based on your own color palette.
Every painting is all about light and shadows.
When painting the shadows, all you really need is yellow, blue, and red. Primary colors.
I will be teaching you in this class about color blending, explaining my own color choices; how to apply colors wet on wet; what is the best ratio between water and paint; how to wet the entire paper or just a small section of the paper, so you have the most control, and how to lift colors - if needed.
It's important to visualize where you are going to apply the colors. This is when light and shadows become the most important.
I will be teaching you how to plan this ahead, so you feel comfortable with wetting the object, and to think of all the areas where (and why) you are going to apply certain colors, starting with undertones, the lightest colors first.
I can't wait to share all the tips with you.