I think we can all agree that I love watercolors. I just love the way they flow and move in an unexpected way. I've been using some of my different types of watercolors & I used my Peerless watercolors for this video. These are some of the most unusual because they are in a paper form. They special leaflets are a concentrated transparent watercolors and I just cut them to the size I need & add them to my hand made book. My book is just some sheets of heavy watercolor paper with sheets of transparency in between the pages.
This is a view of the book open.
I have the name in sharpie below each color as well as a sample of the color from dark to light. To use each color, I just use the tip of my brush along the corner to pick up a little color. There is no need to pick up color from the center, it just dilutes the color on the leaflet. If you're careful with them, they last a really long time.
I embossed my images onto Canson XL embossing powder. It makes it really easy to have specific areas to work inside of with the watercolor. I work both wet on dry & wet on wet with my paints. Both techniques work great here. I'm just careful not to uses too much water with this paper. These paints are very translucent & layer beautifully!
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I filmed the entire process. Here's the video.