How do you use white watercolor paint? It's a question I've had over and over throughout the years, and the answer can vary depending on the end-use. Watercolor purists say white is taboo and, like blacks and browns, should not be used. To me, limiting my options is no fun and painting in watercolor, for me, is all about fun! Painting on tinted paper or painting white on black is just one use. For me, I use white watercolor paint as an underpainting or primer to paint over and get some terrific effects. I also use white watercolor paint and gouache for highlight accents on finished work. But, my favorite use for white is to make pastel colors. Find out more, here!
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• Legion Stonehenge hotpress 300lb watercolor paper
• Varying brushes (Isabey, Leow-Cornell, Princeton, Pentel waterbrush)
• Black matting board
• Prismacolor Premiere & Scholar colored pencils
• Daniel Smith Chinese White watercolor
• Windsor & Newton Zinc White gouache
• Reeves White gouache
• Reeves White watercolor
• Crayola White watercolor
• M. Graham Dioxazine Purple watercolor
• Schmincke Blue Violet watercolor
• Daniel Smith Carbozale Violet watercolor
• Daniel Smith Hansa Yellow watercolor
• Daniel Smith Pyrrole Red watercolor
• Daniel Smith Sap Green watercolor
• Daniel Smith Phthalo Blue watercolor
• Daniel Smith Cadmium Orange watercolor
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