This is more muted than I normally like but I like this one too. Winsor & Newton Opera Rose and Reeves pale olive. The pink is a wee bit more fluro than the scan shows – it’s a very translucent paint.
I love this colour scheme too (I seem to be on a roll) – Winsor & Newton Opera Rose and Reeves pale powder blue. The pink is a wee bit more fluro than the scan shows – it’s a very translucent paint.
I love this colour scheme, like yesterday’s one but lighter and brighter – Winsor & Newton Opera Rose and Liquitex brilliant yellow green. The pink is a wee bit more fluro than the scan shows – it’s a very translucent paint, and the green is more lime green.
I’m ambivalent about this one. It’s Golden fluid acrylics Benzimidazolone medium yellow and Quinacridone red. I like how vivid it is but the red is my least-used Quin colour – it always seems a bit harsh to me.
This is Golden fluid acrylic Quinacridone magenta then Benzimidazolone medium yellow wiped back through a stencil with a damp babywipe. I thought there’d be more orange tones than I ended up with.
I love this colour combination! I started with Golden fluid acrylic Quinacridone nickel azo gold, then added Quinacridone magenta and Turquoise (phthalo) and let them mix in the middle. The result is a little more dense than this shows, but it does make a nice quite transparent dark.
This is Golden fluid acrylics Anthraquinone blue with Quinacridone magenta over the top then rubbed back with a dry paper towel through a StencilGirl stencil. It came out a lot darker than I thought it would.
This isn’t a great scan colour-wise – it’s actually more teal. The contrast is about right, but overall it’s a little more subtle. I used Golden Fluid acrylics in Teal and Benzimidazolone medium yellow applied through a StencilGirl stencil. The yellow is very transparent so there’s this subtle range of yellow greens that I really like.
This is Golden Fluid acrylics Benzimidazolone medium yellow and Quinacridone red. I love the Quinacridones but this is one of my least-used because it always feels a bit harsh somehow. I put it on with a dry brush through a StencilGirl stencil then dry-brushed round the edges.
The numbers are messed up but I’m away from home and can’t fix it until tomorrow. Oops!
The background of this is Quinacridone magenta and the swipe is Quinacridone nickel azo gold on one side and Turquoise (phthalo) on the other, allowed to mix in the middle. They make a nice, rich dark which has more life to it than black.
The numbering is messed up but I’m away from home and can’t fix it yet.