How To Paint A Moon with Tombow Dual Brush Pens

Hi friends!  We have finally arrived at part 3 of our moon series, the Tombow Dual Brush Pen Moon Tutorial! 


Here is the video:

Tombow Moon Tutorial // Plant Based Bride

Why did I make this tutorial?  Well, I did a moon theme for my July Bullet Journal - you can see the video here:

And I had quite a few questions about how I painted all of the watercolour moons from people who wanted to see a more detailed process.  This is how my "How To Paint a Watercolour Moon" video came to be, which you can watch here:

As a disclaimer, I am a beginner when it comes to watercolour.  The moon I paint in this video is actually the first thing I ever painted using watercolours!  But you lovely humans asked for it, so here it is!

Tombow Moon Tutorial // Plant Based Bride

I was also asked to make a version using Tombow Brush Pens, so here it is!

To create this moon I used:

- Tombow Dual Brush Pen in 977

-Tombow Dual Brush Pen in 990

- Curry's Round Synthetic Hair Brush Size 5 (similar larger round brush: )

- Curry's Round Synthetic Hair Brush Size 1 (similar fine detail brush: )

- Strathmore Watercolour Paper Pad:

Tombow Moon Tutorial // Plant Based Bride

I hope you enjoy this little how to paint moons using Tombows tutorial! 

If you are inspired by my watercolour painting process and decide to recreate this watercolour moon please tag me so I can see your work!!  I am @elizabethturn on instagram :)

Ok, that's it!

Until next time,

xox Elizabeth

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