How To Paint A Watercolour Moon

Hi friends!  Due to popular demand, here is my Watercolour Moon Tutorial/Watercolour Moon Painting Process!

How To Paint a Watercolour Moon // Plant Based Bride

Here is the video:


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 that "How To Paint a Watercolour Moon" tutorial you've been waiting for!

Watercolour Moons // Plant Based Bride

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!

Love You To The Moon And Back - Watercolour Moon // Plant Based Bride

This is a watercolour and gouache moon using only two paints:

-Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolour in Payne's Gray:

-Winsor & Newton Designers Gouache in Zinc White:

The other supplies used to paint this watercolour moon were:

-Plastic Palette:

-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:

I hope you enjoy this little how to watercolour moon tutorial!  I also made a Tombow Dual Brush Pen version which you can watch here:

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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