True life: I set up this watercolor palette simply because I love rainbow color-coded things. Yeah. I'm that person.
But really, I had a new set of watercolors in tubes I had been wanting to try out
and knew that you would love to know how to set them up in a palette too.
I chose to organize the paints in a palette because I prefer to work with watercolors once they have dried, not wet. Like I said in the video, the paints I chose are not the highest quality, but I ended up a loving a lot of the color (the red in particular) so this palette is still part of my arsenal of painting supplies.
Watch the video below to learn what palette I recommend, the colors used, and my plans for this set!
If you are wanting to set up your own watercolor palette, these are the supplies + tools that I used in this video and recommend to you:
24 Watercolor Set by Royal & Langnickel
24 Well Watercolor Palette (similar)
Ultramarine Blue - Winsor Newton Cotman Watercolor
Indian Yellow - Holbein Watercolor
Watercolor Brush Size 10 - Winsor Newton
I have really been enjoying seeing your photos as you start practicing watercolor! Please keep sharing them on Instagram @PaigePoppe with me using the hashtag #PaigePoppeWorkshop. I really love seeing them!