Trio of Pears, Watercolor Art Studio by HomeHobby
Learn to paint your own Trio of Pears with Watercolors Basic Kit by HomeHobby.
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The Watercolor Studio Kit by HomeHobby contain all you need to make your own Trio of Pears.
First, get your tools ready.
- Watercolor Paper
- Watercolors in tubes
- Mix Palette
- Brush set
Start by making a sketch of the pears using a pencil. A simple, thin outline.
Dip your brush in the clear water, and “paint” the paper with water.
Remember, when you put paint on paper with water, the paint will only go where the water is …unless you decide to do something else. But for the beginning, just put paint anywhere the instructions have you put water on paper.
The rule of thumbs is: Keep it simple.
Always start with the lightest colors first.
Take your large brush, get it wet and get a little Yellow paint on it. Put it in the center of the color palette and just move the brush around to get a feel for the color. Then paint the Yellow on the “wet” Pears leaving some unpainted areas as “white”. Also paint the stems with the Yellow.
Add the colors from lighter to darker, and keep adding depth to your painting.
Put your brush in the water and put a little Green paint on it. Mix it with the Yellow already on your color palette 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. This is because that is the darker side of the reference photo.
Put your brush in your water, put some more Green paint on it. Put the Green into your Lime-Green mixture to make a darker Green color. Paint this on the bottom of the Pears.
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