in an effort to understand the behavior of the colors in my travel palette i'm mixing them with each other. i'm pleased with my findings.
i have this weird color, brilliant pink, that someone gave me. it's use seems limited and i didn't want it in my home palette so i moved it into the smaller travel box. love the periwinkle color it made with ultramarine blue. also did interesting things with green gold.
the color made from perm red + natural sienna + brilliant pink would be the perfect color for painting watermelon or ruffly hibiscus petals – a warm pink. mmmmmmm. the natural sienna + purple lake (leftover from old cottman set and another color that i put in the travel box to use up) but low and behold it does beautiful things with the sienna. imagine a sunset or a red rock canyon in late afternoon.
i don't know poop about watercolors, but i know plenty about the power of PLAY. and play that results in learning excites the information seeker that lives in my noggin.
the winsor green sister sent me reminded me of ajax or drano. i took an instant dislike to it. but son of a bisquit! look how it mixes with bright violet, perm rose, white, hematite, and GASP piemontite. breathtaking.
okay. gotta go. i'll just be here in my laboratory. mixing & exploring.
maybe i'll have a diet coke in one of their fun new cans. wanna know the name of the background color? sodalite. i could have, but didn't make that one up.