It's time for a new Watercolour release with Art Impressions! The four new Foundations sets are each a different large scene, where you simply decide what is going to go in each container. I'm using the wonderful 5434 - WC Foundations Wood Table today! I decided that I would make my scene a Farmer's Market - just think of all the different things you could put in those containers!
Before I started, I stamped out all of the images from WC Peeking Animals, and WC Veggies to create masks. The first thing I stamped was the pumpkin! Using #933 Orange/#177 Dark Jade, then covered it with a mask. After stamping my foundations image in Tombow #969/#565, I started by stamping the squirrel in #947 Burnt Sienna, and the possum (I think??) in #992 Sand. Then, I went to town masking like crazy. I masked off the edges of each pot, so that the veggies would appear to be in them. I'm just going to list all of the images and colours used: Eggplants #636 Imperial Purple; Tomatoes #856 Chinese Red; Broccoli #249 Hunter Green; Artichokes #076 Green Ochre; Yellow Peppers #993 Chrome Orange. I used the Salvia from 4052 - WC Flower Set 1 in #565 in the top bucket, and the bloom from 4605 - Spring Basket in #856 in the lower bucket.
I painted all of them in by picking up the colour from my palette, adding it in layers to achieve deeper colours. The warm pots are painted in #947, the blue ones in #493 Reflex Blue, and the greys and wood table are all painted by mixing combinations of #969/#565. The large grass from 4051 - WC Foliage Set 1 was stamped in #177 around the containers and the colour was pulled out with a damp brush. I used #565 to create shadows around the sides, under rims and in all the darker corners of my veggies & pots! #493 was painted in as the sky, and I stamped the sentiment from 5136 - WC Sentiment Set 2 on a circle of watercolour paper cut with the 5064 - Circle Double Stitched Die. The entire scene was cut out with the largest 5063 - Rectangle A2 Double Stitched Die. Head over to the Art Impressions blog on Saturday to see the gorgeous projects Dot & Tricia have made!