Watercoloring with Dr. Ph Martin's Radiant Concentrated Watercolors

Exploring Dr. Ph Martin's Radiant Concentrated Watercolors in a Strathmore Visual Watercolor Journal with some stamping.

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Hi Blitsy Fans!

Watercoloring is quickly becoming my favorite medium to work in! I have more brands of watercolors than any other medium in my craft room - and I'm seriously not done buying either. I already have my eyes on other brands I want to try because each one is just a little bit different and you can get different effects depending on which one you pull out. Some are vibrant and bright. Others are soft and subtle. There are even watercolors that shimmer and sparkle without anything added to them. I think it is because of this variety that keeps me coming back to my watercolors again and again. I love learning and experimenting and trying new things. I can never get bored because I am always learning some thing new. One of the reasons I started a watercolor art journal specifically is so that I have a safe place to try these new techniques and not worry about wasting a lot of expensive paper in the process. I hope you will enjoying coming along with me as I start to share more watercolor posts with you. Today I want to show you a liquid watercolor by Dr. Ph. Martin's called Radiant Concentrated Water Color. Their name describes the product very well in that they are a concentrated liquid watercolor that comes in a glass bottle with a dropper - much like their other watercolors and india inks. Radiant because they are so vibrant and bright. I get happy as soon as I start to see the color spread across my page. I think you'll see what I mean in this video.

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  • Dr Ph. Martin's Radiant Concentrated Watercolor Set A
  • Strathmore Visual Journal Watercolor
  • Silver Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes (Round size 12, 8, 6)
  • Sharpie Water-Based Fine Paint Marker (white)
  • Versafine Onyx Black Ink
  • Prima Marketing Bloom Cling Rubber Stamps (Floral)
  • Yasutomo Watercolor Sectional Dish

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Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope you enjoyed this video and another look at the vibrant colors you can get with the Dr. Ph Martin's Radiant Concentrated Watercolors. I love having an art journal specifically for watercolor practice, technique and exploration. I encourage you to pick up a watercolor journal if you are at all interested in this medium as well! Until next time, Happy Crafting!