It's my turn to share a tutorial over on Splitcoast - this week we're talking about Palette Blending! This isn't a new technique, but it was a resource we didn't have, and I thought it was good timing, since the technique works so well with the Zig Clean Color brush markers so many of us are using. The techniques are great for watercoloring with other dye inks as well - it's just a fun and useful skill to know.
Thought I'd link to the paper I'm working with too - I love the Fabriano brand papers, and this is the Studio Hot Press paper - I usually prefer a heavier weight than this 90# but it's working fine... I just have a bit left from a class I taught last year, so I'm trying to use it up. My favorite right now is the Fabriano Artistico 140# Cold Press, but I save that for paintings.
The image I used here is a digital stamp from Power Poppy - I sized it to about 5" high and centered it so that I could split it onto two panels when it was colored. It's called Tulips in Hobnail Pitcher. The sentiments are from my latest release at IO - Where You Need, and It Is Well.
Hope you're having a great week!