Watercolor Painting: A Rooster : Watercolor Painting: Dry Brush Shadowing

Watercolor Painting: A Rooster : Watercolor Painting: Dry Brush Shadowing


Now when I did this it’s got a lot of water
in there I’ve noticed and it’s going to be hard to do detail. Now I don’t need any more
color so what I’m going to do is clean my brush and work the rest of it with a clean
mostly dry brush. It doesn’t have to have all the color out of it but most of it. So
I’m basically shading with a little soft areas, the area behind the drumstick still. Still
working in violet but less on the brush, now I’m going to come with Payne’s gray and darken
up some of these areas and even Thalo blue. I’m going to take some of this up because
the Thalo blue is not showing as well as I want so I need a little less violet going
on there. There we go the Thalo blue’s showing up better and every things working.

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