- Watercolor with Sarah Cray -
Heart Hands Project
Alright friends, hands can be hard. Skin tones can be hard. But sometimes it’s best just to jump right in! When painting people it’s all about multiple layers of light washes. If you're ready to challenge yourself and push yourself to learn new things about watercolor, this project is a great place to start! If you're not feeling ready yet, that's okay too—as long as you don't let fear hold you back!
Special Note: This project was inspired by the winner of the outline contest in our Facebook Let's Make Art: Watercolor group! You can find the winner's name printed on the outline.
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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!