A Painting Set...

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Just decided to do a set of paintings to de-stress, and would like to share it 😁

"Azure"
Watercolor on Canvas
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"Dusk"
Watercolor on Canvas
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"Midnight Lily"
Watercolor on Canvas
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:O I like the third painting alot! I-it's not that I l-like it because it's blue. Baka!

Btw how did you manage to maintain the canvas texture on the flower. Is it masking tape or something? Just curious...
Err...actually, I only used one pointed brush throughout the painting process. If in using colors, I just painted 'lightly' I guess?

In any case, the canvas texture isn't intentional. 😁
 

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Really lovely palettes! The skies are all beautiful, though I'm also partial to Midnight Lily...

I'm really surprised to see watercolor on canvas, though. Is it a personal preference? It has a pastel, visible-stroke look to it that makes me think more gouache or even oil. Is canvas greedy with the paint? I only use paper, so I'm really curious.
 
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Really lovely palettes! The skies are all beautiful, though I'm also partial to Midnight Lily...

I'm really surprised to see watercolor on canvas, though. Is it a personal preference? It has a pastel, visible-stroke look to it that makes me think more gouache or even oil. Is canvas greedy with the paint? I only use paper, so I'm really curious.
Err...the strokes are visible because I...I lost my brush set when we're renovating our house and I could only use a single pointed brush that I found. Got to use what is available, I guess?

I love working with watercolors on canvas. Not only because watercolor is relatively easy to 'correct', it's also because I grew up using it. I'm not an art student, nor used to using acrylic or oil, see? :blob_wink:
 
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