Special effects in watercolor
It is easy to imagine watercolor paints only in liquid or solid form in tubes and pans. There are pencil-type and crayon-type shapes here. However, when painting, painters often think a lot about how to maximize the beauty of an object. Therefore, with the attitude of learning every day, they try to find and research new techniques and develop them themselves.
Today, I would like to introduce powder-type watercolor paint for a moment. Below is an example when powder is used.
The artist who introduced me to this paint is a painter named Irene. As shown below, wet the paper with a brush or spray and then spray it on top.
Just sprinkle lightly on the wet areas as shown below, as if you were sprinkling pepper powder.
The below is the related color and matched the name : olive green, rose green, sand stone, burnt sienna, sun burst lemon.
Irene Giannotti, a watercolor artist, applied this powder to the vase in the painting she is currently drawing.
Just as academic scholars exchange information on their research fields and hold seminars or workshops to present their research, artists gather to introduce their learned techniques, show their work, and share new skills. . I would like to thank artist Irene, the painter, for letting me know about the effect through powder today.
Myungja Anna Koh