First impressions METALLIC Coliro Paint review. +2 Speed Paints!! – Watercolor ||Meraki Painter||

First impressions METALLIC Coliro Paint review. +2 Speed Paints!! – Watercolor ||Meraki Painter||


*freaking out of how awesome the paints are* Hello and good morning my name is
Amber my art handle is Meraki painter and today I’m gonna be trying out these
Pearl colors they come in a white and gold spectrum of metallic paints I haven’t
opened them yet this is how they came to me so put them back in that goes easily
yeah I’m pretty sure you can buy like your own paints for this and then pop in
your own to make your own palette *gets frustrated because it won’t go in* oh those are cute! okay where’s the colors this one’s moon gold thought it would be…
it almost looks like a little rosy color but I don’t know that one’s really pretty I
really like that one but yeah I haven’t used these before so I need to test it I
have a watercolor paper and I have like a colored paper to see how opaque it is
and stuff all right so I’m gonna start off with the white paper that’s you know
that’s what I’ll be working on Oh my ruler is broken 🙁 that way I can see how
opaque it is how much it’ll show through. I think my marker is running out of ink. first time yay! so excited okay I guess I’ll start with this one on the
left here I mean whoa oh my god it’s so shimmery
that it’s awesome I think it does take a minute to like get activated but well I
don’t know it seems like it’s gonna be very opaque which is good okay the first
one oh my gosh oh my god it’s so sparkly well that is
just like watercolors it’s so pretty so this is a colored sheet is that in frame no it’s not is it probably a good thing to do there I mean
yeah it’s not exactly what I would think of it look like oh my god it’s so
shimmery this is so cool okay second one it didn’t like activate it as much as I
did the other one right there we go one’s a little darker looks a little bit
like an orange II tone in it doesn’t seem as opaque there we go nice so cool okay those almost was identical on the
colored sheet now this one’s like very bright how bright it is it’s like a
yellow gold that one seems like they’re like the OG gold I like it okay that’s
pretty cool wonder if my water is gonna be sparkly
after this yeah see only colored sheets they pretty much all look the same and
I’m gonna like mix these with colors in a bit and see how they look some curious
on that comes up really nice on the color colored sheet yes kind of this
Burkle on it comes up nice so if you have a lot of paint looks really good on
a clerk sheet and it’s like really thin link right there you can barely even see
it you guys probably can’t even see it okay and the white one this one is
called straighten up this one is called sterling silver but it’s kind of white
anything you can see I mean you can tell it’s there but yeah
it’s like you can’t see it oh no I thought that would come up a lot better
on a colored sheet I was really excited for this oh there we go okay that is
awesome oh my gosh this is so cool yeah my water just looks dirty
does it look mentality well I mean kind of some Sparkle it’s not pretty though do like having the option of all these
different kinds of golds I’m gonna go over them once more to see how opaque I
can get them okay so I have two more things that I
made up so I can see exactly what I can do with these metallic paints and how
I’m gonna get a feel for these metallics is I’m gonna go ahead and jump in and
I’m gonna do two paintings and I’ll show you guys the paintings I’m doing and
they’re gonna involve these metallic colors but I want to see if I can like
mix them with colors so this one I did I already put down some colors it’s still
drying and I’m gonna go over it with these and then this one I’m gonna pick
out a couple of colors and I’m gonna mix it in straight in with my palette which
I don’t know exactly how I’m gonna do that because it’s a hot mess but I’m
gonna kind of transfer it over here and see which one does better or is better I
feel like this method I mean like I really hope this method would work
because it’s gonna use a lot less metallic and I don’t want to use that
metallic I put down a gray because this the
sterling silver wasn’t exactly like it was really transparent and white so I
wanted to kind of get like a metal like a metallic metal feel so I have a gray oh my gosh
imagine it to work so well that is awesome so I think both of these would work
really well depending on what kind of look you’re trying to get the one with
the pre painted colors you can get on a lot more of the metallic on top of it
but the mixing colors it’s really embedded in there and it looks a little
more casual and it just kind of looks like sparkly colors these are the two paintings that I came
up with that I wanted you to test my metallic paints and really put them
through what it would be like to do an actual painting this one’s a little more
subtle and this one is really showing it out I marked down with gold sharpie
where I’m going to be putting all the metallic paints just because it’s gold
Sharpie doesn’t mean I’m only gonna use the gold these other ones too and I’m
gonna try to incorporate it and mix some colors in and see how that goes
these are the two final sketches that I’ve got here this is the Rose one and
it won’t be this much detail in the background but it’s just like a
guideline for me to follow and then this is the crying one and oh my gosh the raw
emotion and this girl is unreal it looks so good and I’m so excited this is the
first time I’m gonna try and attempt to do a redhead so we’ll see how that goes

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