I love love blues and turquoise gamma. I even made a painting course about flowers and title it “Blues In Bloom”! I never felt disappointed by trying new tube.
This watercolor paint with beautiful title Antwerp Blue by Winsor and Newton is one more gift for myself which I do every month and on google on my blog. My topic from “most common colors among artists” , what are the most “out of stock” watercolors in art supplies stores hitted me! I continue to share my first impression with you my dear reader And this is a result of my research — Antwerp Blue by Winsor and Newton. Let’s check out why.
There is no description, no why’s. Simply make a swatch and look how beautiful this blue. If you make a collection of blues and turquoise gamma as I do you will love Antwerp Blue by Winsor and Newton.
I’m experienced artist and by looking at this shade I figure out it should be wonderful greens in a mix with Quinacridone, Yellows… Let’s see later I might share with you what I got on my flower paintings.
I became addicted to this my topic and I have new research on “most common colors among artists” , what are the most “out of stock” watercolors in art supplies stores. Seems like every pigment from the series is so beautiful, tested by many artists and loved.
Yesterday while holding online watercolor painting demonstration and artist friends meet up “Spring Streams” I used very little amount of this pigment and mostly water to portray fresh spring sky and snow effect. Crocuses added on top of this layer look vibrant and full of life. I like how reach watermark you might achieve with this pigment, clouds, snow and wind.