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The Isle Tiengemeten is in the South of the Netherlands. The Museum of the famous painter Rien Poortvliet is on the island. I use Saunders Waterford Rough here 300 gr/m2 a quarter sheet. The photo is from Jack Docters, a fellow artist friend. Colours are from Rembrandt Ultramarine Blue Cobalt Blue Light Red Raw SIenna Burnt Sienna Aureolin Brushes W&N Squirrel 2, 4 and 6 and a Da Vinci Round nr 14 And a small synthetic one.
A short movie for making a wet into wet watercolour! You have to be bold and have a bit of courage! But it is more satisfying when it works out nice! When you are afraid to spoil a good piece of paper, don't try it before you dare it! Or do practice rounds on cheaper paper. I paint on a quarter sheet Bockingford 200lb made by StCuthbertsmil. Its really a nice paper to paint on! The 200Lb was specially made for Edward Wesson, he painted on 140 lb, but that goggled a bit so he asked the factory if they could make it heavier and they made it, and thats why we still have it today! https://www.facebook.com/edohannemawatercolors/photos/p.1218197338317357/1218197338317357/?type=3 Brushes Pure Blue squirrel W&N size 4 and 6 The small orange one is a size 14 pure red sable nr 14 and it is 30 years old! The red flat one is a one stroke Sceptre brush 1/2" W&N I have a 1 and a 1.5" flat too from the same brand for many years now! Pigments are Rembrandt
I paint a typical Dutch landscape from scratch, every brushstroke is here! I made only a small mistake, I mixed Cobalt Blue with Burnt Sienna in the beginning, not Alizarine! sorry for that! But I am a Dutch guy trying to speak English. ;-) If you like it please give me the thumbs up, because you tube works that way! how more thumbs how more I am visible to the watercolour lovers! Thanks in advance. best wishes Edo I paint on a quarter sheet Millford 140 lb lb made by StCuthbertsmill Its really a nice paper to paint on! colours Cobalt Blue Ultramarine Blue Raw Sienna Burnt SIenna
If you like a Dutch version there is one here. https://youtu.be/C8B3wewPbU0 I take a photo from a landscape with lots of sky and water and create a watercolour from it. I don't copy the painting but just use it as a guide.
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Painting a copy from a Seago. Just to learn from te masters! Never sell or post someone else work if it is your own!
Edward Brian (Ted) Seago RBA ARWS RWS (31 March 1910 – 19 January 1974) was an English artist who painted in both oils and watercolours. Seago died of a brain tumour in London on 19 January 1974. In his will he requested that one third of his paintings currently in his Norwich studio were to be destroyed. There remain about 19,000 water colors and 300 oil paintings worldwide.
I hear a lot of times, Use the backside but some papers don't have a good backside. and the point is! I destroy copies, because I see a lot of copies everywhere. And that is not good! Use the backside, make a collage, make bookmarks. I know! But this is a example! I have a lot of framed work with on the backside a watercolour! So Yes I use backsides. (with the right paper)