Gouache Painting on a Rainy Day


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(Link to Video on YouTube) Gouache dries slowly in the humid conditions of a rainy day, allowing much more time for blending the colors.

However, once the layers dry, I can add fine details to add mood and make the scene realistic.
The brushes are from a Richeson pocket travel brush set and I'm painting in a Pentalic Aqua Journal with Gouache mostly by M. Graham.
The sketch easel that I attach to the tripod is a homebuilt design, and I made a video explaining how to make one.

I've also made full-length painting tutorials.