I can’t make a gumball look like a gumball yet so I know I’m not ready for something this detailed, but I very much liked how he explained ways to take a complex reference and settle it down to specific areas of primary interest. No matter my level of skill, videos like this help me grow. ☺️
@Sandra-Strait oh my – I’ve never heard of Lunar Blue either! Is that found in a specific brand or any brand, Sandra? Actually, I’ve not heard of any Lunar * paints at all. So much to learn and so little time to learn it all!
Thank you to both you and Rod for the link! I’ve never tried Lunar Black, but Lunar Blue is one of my favorite colors – sort of a Payne’s gray that granulates and separates into a robin’s egg blue is some places. Lunar Red Rock is a nice color as well.
FYI – I connected with Winsor & Newton about a bottle cap locked up on my brand new masking Fluid. They have since replaced those mean caps and will send a replacement bottle. If yours has done the same, you may contact them via their website form or email to customerservice@WinsorNewton.com
@sandra-strait You’re welcome Sandra! I think Ann was as surprised as me that it wasn’t on their website. 😮 Today now however, I was playing with them and realised it’s printed on the pens themselves. 😂 🤦🏼♀️ Their chart is easier to read though. lol
I contacted Winsor & Newton about Pigment information for their Watercolour Markers. Ann McCarthy was kind enough to send me the info as it was an oversight on their website but should be there soon. I’m attaching here for anyone else who may be interested.
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