How to paint a landscape with Nathaniel Skousen

Step 1

Prepare your colour palette

Get your colour palette together. Using brightly coloured paints alongside more muted tones can bring the most out of the colours you have.

Step 2

Apply the main colours

Apply the main colours of the image in a wash, getting the basic forms. Watercolour is a forgiving medium so some mistakes can always be corrected.

Step 3

Let it dry

Allow it to dry completely before using/wearing.

Step 4

Varnish

Varnish if needed to ensure the new paint job can handle being used and worn.

Aquafine Watercolour Ink

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FW Acrylic Ink

Daler-Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are acrylic based, pigmented, water-resistant artists' inks with a high degree of lightfastness and intermixability. FW Acrylic Ink can be used straight out of the dropper, or diluted to achieve the most subtle of tones.

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FW Pearlescent Ink

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System3 Acrylic Ink

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