I talk a lot here on my blog and Instagram about how I prefer to paint without a brush. In particular, I do a lot of painting with a palette knife. But I realised recently that I probably assume people know what the heck I'm talking about but they actually don't! Just because I do this multiple times a week doesn't mean you know what it is--and I'm bad about documenting my process after all!
So I took a short video of me painting a very basic watercolor palette knife landscape and thought it might help to see the process in action!
For the watercolor painting nerds out there, the supplies I'm using are: handmade paper (from a local KC artist), a 2" hake brush, size 2 palette knife, Daniel Smith Serpentine Genuine & Shinhan Prussian Blue paint.