Creating A Five Step Value Scale
One Of The Most Useful Painting Tools You Can Have
One of the most useful things you can have in watercolor is not a material at all. It is an abbreviated value scale that will help you see the values in your subjects and in your paintings.
It’s easy to make one – this video shows you how.
What you’ll need:
- Watercolor Paper – about 5″ x 3″ or so
- Small round brush
- Colors: Payne’s gray, Ivory Black or a combination of Ultramarine Blue and Burnt Sienna