Watercolour Painting Tutorial featuring Bassenthwaite Lake from Whinlatter Pass


Welcome to another episode of Watercolour Workshop this time featuring the delightful Bassenthwaite Lake in the English Lake District. I'm using 130lb Fabriano watercolor paper measuring 15" x 11". My brush is the large Ron Ranson hake. If you'd like to paint along, my palette consists of Cotman watercolour Raw Sienna, Burnt Umber, Light Red, Ultramarine, Lemon Yellow, Payne's Gray and Alizarin Crimson. Thank you very much for watching.

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