Seaside Study

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So this is another little study doodlewash, which means I’m still sadly quite landlocked and did not sketch this from real life. But I’m trying to sketch more fluidly and not overwork my images so this is another attempt as doing that.

I’m using my new Winsor & Newton Sketchers’ Pocket Box and the color is wonderful. Not to mention that fact that it’s just so small and well… cute really. Not that a cute watercolor set is necessary for success, but I have to admit that it’s fun to use something so compact. I’m not ready to progress to the intimidation of large white pieces of paper and giant palettes. So it works perfectly!

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4 Comments
  1. Carol King 2 years ago

    your seaside study is stunning. I like how you kept all the colors clean and not muddy. A problem I often have.

    • doodlewash 2 years ago

      Thanks so much! I have the same problem…hence all the practice studies. Glad this one sort of worked. Appreciate the comment!

  2. Kyly Sheldon 2 years ago

    Love this clean fresh painting. I have the same teeny Windsor and Newton box. I love it and have used it FOREVER. In fact, it’s my second one 😉 I have extra tubes of other colours but can’t part with old faithful 😉

    • Author

      Thank you Kyly!! 🙂 Yeah…isn’t that a great little set? I’m not parting with mine either. So much fun to use!!

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