View Of A Window: Buckets Of Watercolor Flowers
Step 13: Ending This Watercolor Story
For the final few touches, use a no. 10 rigger brush to wet the area under the flower trough, then drop in a mixture of Prussian Blue and Neutral Tint with the dark brown mix for a soft, dark blue shadow. Add texture lines on the ground too for a brick-like feeling.
Fill in any glaring gaps you see in your painting, and when you’re satisfied with the results, sign your painting using a small no. 2 round brush and Viridian paint. Make sure to pick up enough paint to sign in one go! And when everything is dry, you can cut out your painting from the board for a very satisfying finish.