I love adding ink as well and went to town a bit with ink. After that came daisies. I went a bit over the top with the ink and removed one of the pictures from this pile as it was really dire.
It's just extraordinary the effect. I tried it twice as the first one; while I loved the outcome.
The odd thing is I don't really know what I want to paint until I'm painting, and then I don't want to stop. I am determined to understand these techniques, so if it doesn't go how I want in the first place, I will try and try again.
I made sure I had a damp cloth and that my hands were super clean. I used an old wine bottle (without the labels) to roll ...
On skillshare however, you can choose by a specific skill and by a level. This I love. I can't go to college to study (who can now), so this way feels the next best thing.
So I have been fannying around, going from YouTube tute to YouTube tute. I have paid for a few classes, some excellent, some total pants. Kerrie Woodhouse - brilliant - if you want to know the utter pants rubbish one, write to me and I'll let you know 😉
So I have lots of different types of paper, as kept listening to everyone who all give different advice ;-).
Following tutorials is all well and good but once you've finished you are finished. If anyone knows a good online watercolour course that won't break the bank, please let me know.
rough or not? More seascapes.