These are all the same piece of artwork in my watercolor journal, photographed with my Lumia Nokia phone in day light, direct sun and different types of shade (all natural light).
I am amazed how different it looks. My process was simple – dots of pale watercolor washes in a variety of colors (mostly I used dried color that was in my paintbox palette – the bits around the edges of my pan paints – as I cleaned off my palette using my brush and water).
When it was all very dry, I went into the white areas of the paper and made black marks using my Faber-Castell marker.
These are the colors I see in the ocean when we go to the beach here in Florida. My palette for painting this is very much inspired by my recent trip to the beach.
Here’s the scanned image.
Thrilled my quote in this coming Saturday/Sunday’s Woman’s Advantage Calendar: “Use the WHOLE box of crayons.” https://lnkd.in/e2qMC4N