Free Pumpkin Bookmark To Color
I printed out the pumpkin bookmark on watercolor paper. You can
use some nice tinted paper if you're going to use markers or pencils.
The black ink runs a bit with watercolor so I didn't get to close to some of the lines. I usually use quite a bit of water when I paint. The black will darken colors nicely if that's
what you want.
I let the black darken the greens and blues. I paint one section at a time with a little brush.
I added some Alizarin crimson to the leaves and blue to the pumpkin stems.
A little olive green to some of the orange.
For the background, I used cobalt and purple blended with some of the green and yellow toward the pumpkins. A little at a time and let the colors blend as you go.
Now you can cut it out and laminate it with some transparent adhesive paper or
something similar to protect it.
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