Rainy Day 1940’s



Raining today as well:)

The Descent Series

Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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    1. This is basically cad red light, or brilliant red (depending on the brand of watercolor). Underneath is a flesh tone to get the drawing going. Also a little cerulean blue and ultramarine blue.

      1. Wow, you are obviously very experienced in mixing them to get the color you want. I will always be learning…..Thank you for that; I will have to experiment now! What is the flesh tone color, a mixture?

      2. Some watercolor companies make an actual “flesh” color-a caucasian mix of white, burnt sienna, and cadmium red light. The white provides a little opacity, so it works well for planning marks.

  1. I like “summer rain”- it’s all nice and warm, and afterwards everything smells nice. I bet she likes “summer rain” too- her smile is super wide! 😉

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