Watercolour: Mixing Neutrals

 

You don’t need to purchase all of the paints in the art shop to be able to mix the colours you need. Join Linda to learn how to mix neutral colours perfect for capturing the subtle, rich tones of autumn. Linda will show you how simple it is to mix these colours and how to paint a study of a fallen leaf.

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Approximate run time: 23 minutes

Presenter: Linda Kemshall

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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 brush
A leaf (ideally a real one, but a photo of one will also be fine)

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