Artist's Palette

Flanders Poppies

MATERIALS

• Full size sheet of Watercolour Paper; backing board; masking tape.

• Brushes: One inch square Watercolour Brush; Size 8 and Size 44 Round Brushes; Rigger Brush; old Bristle Brush for applying gesso.

• Atelier Liquid Gesso.

• Watercolours: Raw Sienna; Ultramarine Blue; Cadmium Red; Alizarin; Sap Green; Neutral

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