HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Studio Kit
Learn to paint Trio of Pears with HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Studio Kit and award-winning artist Kristin Ranney
The HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Studio Kit – Trio of Pears by Kristin Ranney is an all-inclusive studio containing everything you need to learn how to watercolor paint in your own studio. Inside this kit you’ll find 53 pieces of artist quality fine art supplies that have been specially selected by award winning artists.
This kit include Step-by-Step Instructions, a Color Wheel and a Studio Image to complete the exclusive Trio of Pears watercolor painting by artist Kristin Ranney.
HomeHobby by 3L Watercolor Studio Kit contains all you need to make your own Trio of Pears.
For your first painting of the Pears, use the line drawing included in this kit. You might want to photocopy the drawing for future paintings or practice drawing this yourself. Use the instruction on the Color Wheel insert.
Second, when you put paint on paper with water, the paint will only go where the water is.
I always start with the lightest colors first. Now take your large brush, get it wet, and get a little yellow paint on it. Put it in the center of the Paint Tray and just move the brush around to get a feel for the color. Then paint the yellow on the wet pears. Leave some unpainted areas white. Also paint the stems with the yellow color.
Put your brush in the water and put a little green paint on it. Mix it with the yellow already on your Paint Tray to get a nice lime-green color. Paint the lime green color over the yellow. You can make some of the lime green darker and paint that on the right side of the pears because that side is darker in the reference photo.
Keep working on the Trio Of Pears with a variety of colors.
FINALLY – if you want to add the spots on the pears, it’s easy. You may want to practice on another piece of paper. Wipe off your Paint Tray with a damp paper towel. Get your Art Brush Round 10 wet and put some brown paint on it. Put that in the center of your Paint Tray. Dip your brush into your water and get your it really wet. Put your brush into the brown paint and make sure you have a lot on your brush. Gently tap your brush on your index finger over the pears. You can do this once or twice to get a nice splatter effect. It’s just fine if the splatters go into other sections of the paper.
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