- Watercolor with Sarah Cray -
The good thing about painting white animals is that the white paper does most of the work for us! In order to create form, though, you will have to add in some shadows and darker values. Shadows don't always have to be gray—get ready to color mix!
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Supplies Used to Make This Project
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Recommended Additional Supplies
At Let's Make Art, we believe the right brush is whatever brush you have on hand!
But if you're wanting to add to your collection, here are a few supplies we recommend.
Please note, in some tutorials, Sarah may reference Princeton Heritage Round 2 and/or Round 6 brushes instead of Let’s Make Art brushes. These can be used interchangeably!