Mixing Green

 

Be inspired by how nature uses green and then learn how to mix your own subtle greens to capture the colour of leaves in your painting. Linda’s working with watercolour, but you can apply these ideas to any paint media or even dyes! Love colour? Take a look at Linda’s blog post on how using a touch of complementary colour can lift your project. View the blog.

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Approximate run time: 28 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

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  • Watercolourgettingstarted
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To work along with Linda you’ll need:

Your sketchbook or loose sheets of paper suitable for painting on
Your art kit, to include watercolour paints and permanent pen

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