Original Art: A* episode 18: artist_watercolor_test_1
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My first test with Winsor & Newton "artist-grade" watercolors--they really are much brighter than their mid-grade "Cotman" watercolors. Happy with the pink, purple, and crimson; the blue is a bit too reddish, the green is a bit too bluish, and the red is a bit too yellowish--gotta try some different pigments for those. Ink and watercolor on 150 lb Canson Artist Series Illustration Paper, 7.5" x 8.5".
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