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Painting Trees with Liquid Frisket

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A weird composition, but a fun painting to build using liquid frisket technique. I used some interesting all over glazing techniques and a lot of detailed and textured brushwork.

Materials used:

Brushes

    • 1 1/2″ (381mm) Flat Winsor & Newton Series 965
    • 1″ Flat Grumbacher Red Sable w/beveled handle
    • #6 Grumbacher Watercolor Classic Red Sable
    • #5 Marx Scripto Red Sable Rigger
    • #6 Liquitex Synthetic Basic Round 690 (For Frisket use)

Grafix Incredible Nib

Frisket

  • Grafix Incredible White Mask Liquid Frisket

Paints

  • Sap Green
  • Hooker’s Green Dark
  • Cerulean Blue
  • Cobalt Blue
  • Dioxazine Purple
  • Alizarin Crimson
  • Permanent Rose
  • Raw Sienna
  • Burnt Umber
  • Lamp Black
  • Pthalocyanine Green

Paper

  • Watercolor Block (14″ x 20″) Arches #140 Rough

Miscellaneous

  • Natural Rubber Pickup Square (for frisket removal)
  • #2 Pencil
  • Kneaded Eraser
  • Palette – Your choice. Mine is an old Robert E. Wood model.
  • Water container (2) and water
  • Hair dryer (optional)