Hollyhocks are lovely to paint. Their colors, organic shape, and paper-like texture always produce stunning results. We are not using an outline this time but I promise, once you see it step-by-step, it's not so intimidating. We are doing wet on wet (have I mentioned how much I love this technique?!) so the watercolor will be doing all the work for us. We'll also go over how to mix a good peach or blue color in watercolor, so save this tip for future projects!
-Sarah Craycheck it out
One of my favorite things to do is lay down and look up at the night sky with no city lights. It's truly magical! In this project, we'll be using a paint called Bleed Proof White. This opaque watercolor can go over any other color, because it's more paste-like, rather than fluid. So, after painting your dark night sky in this project, you'll be able to bring your white lettering to life and shine bright!
- Nicole MiyukiCHECK IT OUT