"We should 'feed our creativity' constantly, no matter what stage of our career," she says.
"Watching someone else paint inspires our creativity. That 'someone else' may use a different technique, different tools, composition and materials and by watching we get that 'ah ha' moment that is so inspirational."
So she asked Sydney artist, Susie Murphie, to come to the studio and show the designers how she paints watercolour blooms in her loose and gestural style.
Here's what they took away from the workshop:
1. Stamp out the water
Stamp out the water on your brush before applying it to the paper or palette so you don’t drown your paints. - Phobe, Junior Designer
Written and produced by Morgan, Social Media Coordinator
In this video you’ll learn some incredible watercolor painting tips, the essential do’s and don’ts, from our talented artist and designer Bec. These skills are ideal for beginners and for anyone who needs a good refresher.
You can also paint alongside Bec as you watch this video.
The tools you’ll need to use throughout the video include;
Have you got everything? You do, great! Now let’s get started!
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