Violets in watercolor

After the really cool discovery from last week, i wanted to paint in a more chill way and just enjoy the process with some violets !

There is nothing new or innovative in this painting. I just wanted to relax while painting something i love. Enjoying the present time is sometimes just what i need !

You can see that between my inspiration picture and my final painting there isn’t much in common. I choose to paint bigger flowers and less all over the place (like if the picture was zoomed in). I also add lots of light and shadows. In fact my reference picture was just useful for the shape end the colors of the flowers. The rest if my own interpretation.

Painting violets in video

Supplies :
Brushes : Escoda Último 1″, Escoda Último nº8 rigger, Raphaël Petit gris 903 nº12.
Paper : Arches rough.
Colors : Ultramarine blue (Sennelier), Manganese violet (Schmincke), Rose madder lake (Sennelier), Nickel azo yellow (Daniel Smith), Aussie red gold (Daniel Smith), Lavander (Daniel Smith).

And here you have the finished painting (Click to enlarge):

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