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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Today I am reviewing some products from Arteza Company. The three ‘P’s” you need to get started in your watercolor journey – Paint, Paper and a Palette! Use the links below and the coupon ‘ShelC6’ at the Arteza site to get a discount! Coupon active until July 2nd. Arteza Links: 60 Watercolor Tubes set – https://tinyurl.com/y6vswyux DIY Frame Watercolor Paper pad – https://tinyurl.com/ybcehpkt Watercolor half pan palette, 24 – https://tinyurl.com/ycl2zlmw My Arteza Affiliate Link – https://tinyurl.com/umvmmrk How to find me: All my social media links here – https://linktr.ee/paperocotillostudio My Paypal Donation Link – https://paypal.me/ShelCpaperocotillo My AMAZON Storefront – https://amzn.to/2HaculK My UK Amazon Store – t.ly/VFXB I belong to Amazon and Arteza affiliate programs. These programs do not cost you anything. They simply provide links for me to direct you to their sites, which I get rewarded for. They do not sponsor me or support me in any way. Opinions on the products I mention are completely my own. I receive no monetary compensation from the product’s companies or sellers. Art tutorial videos provided on this channel are owned solely by Shel C – PaperOcotilloStudio and may not be copied or reused by anyone without permission. Video Rating: / 5 Get the brushes & palette to follow this tutorial! ⤵️ ▲: https://www.woolypronto.com/newsletter – ▲ INSTAGRAM: @woolypronto (painting + procreate) ▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲▲ This tutorial is a totally approachable, totally customizable landscape vignette desert scene! We’re painting with native Procreate brushes (the ones that come with the app) as well as a few of my *free* brushes 🙂 I painted a sun and a saguaro cactus, but I’m envisioning fun versions with a crescent moon, and all kinds of other botanicals and cacti. Let your imagination run the show on this one! This is a great project […]

24 Comments

  • valligator1 3 weeks ago

    Very nice painting. Simply loverly. Valerie

  • Evelyn Rauseo 3 weeks ago

    Loved this water color play. I love that folding watercolor paper. Si many possibilities. TFS. I did. God bless and stay safe.

  • Arteria's Arts aprovost 3 weeks ago

    Another great piece! Interesting concept on the paper. Personally, I like to frame my work, as it keeps it neat, clean and protected from dirt and dust. Also, I am a certified archival framer, so there you go. I agree with you about these watercolors, they are more gouache opaque type than the ones I use. I use a mid grade artist quality that I get on sale, the Windsor and Newton Cotman watercolors. They work well for what I do, are not too pricey and are nice. I also really like heavy watercolor papers. These take a licking and keep on ticking…lol. Hope all is well with you and yours! Have a good day and thanks again.

  • Kath Duguid 3 weeks ago

    Looking forward to seeing what you do with watercolours and your gel plate. I've a lot of watercolour tubes I'd like to use up but am not sure how to.

  • Maggie Magz Lockley 3 weeks ago

    That is an awesome idea and I love the water colour painting tfs Shel…Stay Safe…

  • Amy Delapp 3 weeks ago

    Wow Shel nice

  • Mona L creates 3 weeks ago

    Beautiful painting and project Shel!! Love it! 🙂

  • judith gillam 3 weeks ago

    Really pretty Shel ! Thank you . Kind regards – Judi-Australia

  • Jeanne Coelho 3 weeks ago

    I really enjoy watching you paint! ❤️

  • Rosemaree McLure 3 weeks ago

    Beautiful painting Shel. Interesting product being able to make the paper into a frame.

  • Crafty Cx 3 weeks ago

    The atmosphere of your painting is wonderful. Great to see how these colours work and the canvas pages look so easy to use and such a cool idea. Can't wait to see you try paints on gel plate. Tfs x

  • nanasblessings 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for the video. Your work is lovely. I agree, artists are hard on themselves. But with others you are really encouraging, making one feel as if they to can attain something beautiful. Thanks again, and have a great week.

  • Kim Luptovic 3 weeks ago

    Lovely, turned out great! Love the colors.

  • Susan VanSchuyver 3 weeks ago

    It is a beautiful piece. I love watching you paint whether water color or acrylic. Amazing work!

  • Jo Rothbaum 3 weeks ago

    super cute canvas paper. is it comparable to the normal arteza paper or thicker? tHE paints looked like they had a powdery texture, thoughts? Hard to tell in the camera. such a dramatic and lovely subject, i loved the sky particularly…

  • Anne Burke 3 weeks ago

    Thank you Addie. I enjoyed watching you work. Now I’ll put into practise what you’ve taught me.

  • DeadHead11 3 weeks ago

    Hi thanks for sharing! Quick question, once I import the freebies to procreate how can I use them again, for the texture canvas specifically? Should I just duplicate the canvas and leave one to never be used lol

  • BK Thompson 3 weeks ago

    Love this!! Can't wait to try…but when I click the link (from the newsletter email) to get the watercolor wizardry brush freebie, I get a 404 page. I don't see them in the freebies vault, either. Did I miss my moment? 😉

  • Alex Thompson 3 weeks ago

    this tutorial is great! the only issue I had was that I am not able to find the Watercolor Wizardry set on your website? I was able to use other brushes to substitute but I would still love to have the set, is it still available? thanks again!

  • Jan Hendrik Heller 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for the tutorial! I just got my first iPad and the Apple Pencil. I notice a slight latency or lag between the tip of the Apple Pencil and the line I draw in Procreate. The quicker I draw the larger the gap gets. If I draw extremely slow, there is no gap. Is this normal or is something wrong with my Pencil or the settings? I do not see that lag in your video.

  • Kat Phom 3 weeks ago

    I love this! Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Bassam Khan 3 weeks ago

    I really appreciate your work!! Keep it Up!!

  • Melissa Sugg 3 weeks ago

    So excited to see a new video but I can’t locate the color pallet this time.

  • Dweebz 3 weeks ago

    Keep it up!

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