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DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolor Triad 'Autumn Grove' Video

DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolor Triad 'Autumn Grove'

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As cool autumn breezes scatter away the last days of summer a brilliant display of color forms in the forest canopy. Daniel Smith’s new Autumn Grove Triad is a contemplative collection of color perfectly suited to a seasonal study of fall foliage. While we reach for sweaters and mittens the trees shed their summer garb in a fanfare of striking color. Paint stunning silhouettes of trees and the fluttering of falling leaves as the dappled light of autumn comes into play.

Carmine is the deepest red available—perfect for the rich tones of the forest in fall. Slightly deeper than Alizarin Crimson, Carmine displays a similar blue bias and has the added advantage of permanency. Use at full strength for dark mahogany shadows or lighten with water for ruby-colored foliage. Start with small amounts in tints and mixtures—Carmine is strong, saturated and ideal for artists who love red.

Rich Green Gold is a favorite watercolor of many landscape and botanical painters. At full-strength, this versatile watercolor has somewhat earthy qualities—it is mossy, deep and mysterious. When thinned with water for a wash or glaze Rich Green Gold surprises with it’s glowing golden tone. Create smooth washes of warm yellow-green or brighten mixtures with this intriguing color.

DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolor Triad 'Autumn Grove'