Feb 15, 2019

New Paper



recently Lynne Hoppe shared a watercolor paper
made in Italy
100% cotton
that is new to me

I like it
soft and feels very cottony
took the paint wonderfully

(but roughs up if one needs to erase pencil lines,
so I will attempt to not need to erase ;-))

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(I am not sure what I think of this little landscape)
 a glimpse of how I organized my paint samples
so handy

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7 comments:

  1. its a nice landscape, full of a lot of great different textures :)

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  2. It is so good to see your soft touching world.
    Beautiful photo of your "How sweet Home" on your header.

    Have a good day.

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  3. I really love the organization of your paint samples. So easy to see exactly what each color does. And, I might add, you used them beautifully in your painting!

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  4. Tomoko sais it wonderful:

    IT IS SO GOOD TO SEE YOUR SOFT TOUCHING WORLD!

    I also admire your sweet home at the header!

    This new watercolour-paper is a good friend for your colours and style.

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  5. I have heard of Amalfi paper. Your painting looks very dreamy. I really love it. I have learned my lesson of not using an eraser on watercolour paper. Now a days, I draw in my sketchbook and then trace it on the watercolour paper using a light-pad. Love your circular sample and your sample cards. Very clever of you to use coin sleeves for the cards :)

    -Soma

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  6. I like the this landscape, the mountains looks like sleeping creatures.

    I don't know much about paper as I like some-what smooth papers, textures are nice but I don't know as I don't use that many kinds of paper.

    have a lovely day.

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  7. Excellent idea for storing color samples.! I think the dreamy-magical landscape you painted marries well with the softness of the paper. Just lovely.

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