I just feel so happy to be in the bush sketching! I know that you know I love visiting LCNP and that sketching out on location (especially on sunny days) makes me happy… but some days I just feel extra joyful! 🙂
Tuesday’s version above was the first time I did this scene using Quin Burnt Scarlet in my green mixes. (Notice the new bright white full pan in my palette!)
Here is the photo I took at the end of the coloured pencil stage. BTW I’m still loving Bryunzeel Design Coloured Pencils. Their greens are crazy bright colours so I’m also using some select colours from other brands (Faber Castell Polychromos, Caran d’ache Luminance and Derwent Coloursoft).
Yesterday I intended to use the same technique but I got this far with my coloured pencils and decided to stop. Hmm, I don’t think it needs paint although adding watercolour would relate better to the swatches (the overall composition is a little awkward but I’ve done the best I could!)
So what do you think?
Should I add watercolour to it???
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