Hi everyone, Mou here with a study of some botanical specimens using watercolor pencils!
For this study, you'll need the following materials -
Faber-Castell Collapsible Water Cup with water
Other - Watercolor sketchbook, botanical specimen
Now, let me show you how I did my sketches.
Collect some botanical specimens on your nature walk or buy some at the florist's. Pick out the shades of Goldfaber Aqua that match your botanical specimen the best.
Sketch out the specimen with the watercolor pencils from your perspective. You can aim for realism or let your intuition take over.
Fill the Deluxe Waterbrush with water from the Collapsible water cup and go over the lines of your sketch.
Sketch out other specimens from the same trip following the same steps as above.
Once the first layer of water dries, you can go back in to add details with the watercolor pencils.
After you finish sketching your specimens, add information about where you found them and when. I used Gelatos color Black Licorice and the waterbrush to add this information. You could also use a PITT pen to write this.
I hope you enjoyed today's tutorial. Whether you are studying in your studio or sketching on location, the Goldfaber Aqua Watercolor Pencils and the Deluxe Waterbrush are really great tools for you!