I enjoyed using my new watercolor pad from last post a lot!
This is extra smooth Hot Press watercolor paper. Scary isn’t it? I’ve got several simple warm up washes and once after dry I achieved extra watermarks my hands stop shaking and I started to enjoy using this paper.
For this one wash I have NO IDEA what’s THIS: but it look fantastic and scary. Do you see a skeleton head? Watching at you!
We had enjoyable walks and travels with my family in October. Warm sunshine. Canadian Fall (did you see Canadian Fall?)
It might be skill or fresh memories from our walks and travel but positive thinking won scary skeleton: my hand turn the paper from portrait to landscape orientation before I left my studio to let my washes dry.
Using “periferial vision” one of my recent discovered and favorite tip I just shared during “Octoberville” I noticed how I can paint a landscape scene. At that moment I had many autumn ideas from traveling.
Luckily while my “photo-hunting” which is another tip from “Octoberville” I found the photograph which suits perfectly to my painting!
“Octoberville” and “peripheral vision” , “photo-hunting” tips – http://olgaperegood.com/octoberville18