View Of A Window: Buckets Of Watercolor Flowers
Step 11: Painting A Different Pot
With the no. 10 rigger brush and Cerulean Blue, paint the flowerpot on the windowsill. Leave a sliver of white between the pot and sill to make them more defined. Touch in some Viridian wet-in-wet for a variation in tone, and for some shadows.
As the watercolor flowers in the bucket are already very bright, you should opt for a different color for these windowsill flowers. Bill goes for saturated Cobalt Violet Light, and leaves some white spots for a more dappled look. You can also consider painting a different type of flower than the ones in the trough.
When done, go back to your Leaf Green, and dot in some highlights among the leaves.