Another sky done in watercolor class. I used a triad of Winsor Newton Cobalt Blue, Permanent Rose, and Lemon Yellow, but couldn't get the dark values I wanted so I added a mix of Burnt Sienna, and French Ultramarine Blue.
I used a bit of torn masking tape to block out the white for the sun, but didn't get it down well enough. My energetic brush knocked it off and I lost my white. I used a little acrylic white to restore it. Technically, that makes this a mixed media.
I kind of wish I'd used Blue Indanthrene instead of Cobalt Blue so I could get a darker overall tone, but I guess this just gives the appearance of being later in the morning.
Approximately 9 x 9 inches, painted with a Silver Black Velvet 3/4 inch Oval on Strathmore Imperial cold press paper.
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