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Fall Watercolor Sketch Art with Goldfaber Aqua and Pitt Artist Pen®

Posted on October 21 2019

Fall Watercolor Sketch with Pumpkins

Hi everyone, Mou Saha here with a sketch journal page using Creative Studio Goldfaber Watercolor Pencils and a Pitt Artist Pen®. My part of New Jersey is particularly beautiful in autumn where every turn of the road opens up a new colorful vista. There are farms, orchards, parks where I can go and draw peacefully.  Here is a page from my sketch journal.

Materials:

 Fall Graphite Pencil Sketch with Grip Graphite Pencil and Kneadable Art Eraser

I start with a light pencil sketch of the scene.

Watercolor Fall Sketch with Goldfaber Aqua Watercolor Pencils

I like to color with the Goldfaber Aqua Watercolor Pencils. Sometimes I make multiple sketches of the various views and color them dry.

Fall Watercolor Sketch with Deluxe Watercolor Brush

If I have time, I use a water brush to blend the colors. If not, I bring the sketches home and finish them later.

Fall Watercolor Sketch with Pitt Artist Pen

I use a Pitt Artist Pen to add some details to finish. I also add a little journaling like a field note to my sketches.

The Goldfaber Aqua Pencils and the Artist’ roll are perfect for location sketching. You can leave them dry or blend them with water. I hope you give sketch journals a try whether you choose to do so on location or in your own studio!

 

 Artist Biography - Mou Saha - Mou Saha Studio

 

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