Wednesday, May 14, 2014

OCC, Day 9 Freehand Watercolor

Today's class lesson is free hand watercolor. Yikes. I will need to practice this technique....a LOT, if I'm going to feel comfortable with my results. Here's my first attempt. All I will say is, it passes enough to stay out of the wastebasket. Needless to say, not one of my favorite projects, but it was still fun to do. LOL

This assignment was to make a simple freehand tree using watercolor. I used Distress Inks, seedless preserves (purple), forest moss (dark green), bundled sage (light green), chipped sapphire (blue) and for the trunk, walnut stain.

A little closer look at the "tree". It's a cool technique, I'm just not sure I captured very well. More practice required. ;)

Product List:
My Creative Time, Life is Good stamp set
Distress Inks, forest moss, bundled sage, seedless preserves, chipped sapphire, walnut stain
Dew drops, glossy accents, brushes and water

8 comments:

  1. I think you did a terrific job on the tree for your first time. I wish I could do as well.
    I really like it.

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  2. Very pretty. Love the spatters. Super job!
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  3. You DID capture the technique well! I love how soft it is and the colours are fab - I'm going to try one with the cool colours like this!

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  4. You did great!!! Gorgeous, artistic tree!

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  5. This card is BEAUTIFUL too my friend!!!

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  6. Really beautiful Shar, fab colours!!!

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  7. Shar ~ BEATUIFUL card! I LOVE you ladies and this class ~ so inspiring!

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