1 week ago 1 week agoHarbour, me, watercolor, 2020 by Parker Duncan 3572views image, learn to paint watercolour, loose watercolor, watercolor, watercolor artist, watercolor landscape, watercolor painting, watercolor painting for beginners, watercolor painting tutorial, watercolor sketch, watercolor techniques, watercolor tips, watercolor tutorial, watercolor tutorial for beginners step by step, watercolor tutorials step by step, watercolour, watercolour and pen, watercolour for beginners, watercolour painting, watercolour techniques, watercolour tips, watercolour tutorialLike it? Share with your friends! 282 Facebook Twitter282 points 3 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. More good content like this requires this sub. Too much of the crap for doodly machines.What website is yours? There’s something I want to see.ReplyWhere am I able to follow your work? Awesome work. Just looking at this, I can hear the buzz of the city. With the lights and shadows and reflections on the water, you caught so much wonderful things!Edit: I’ve been looking. @rainb.w is their Insta, and every other item is just as stunning! Wow!-Wow!ReplyPart of me really likes this simply because on light backgrounds, or with bright/pastel elements, I typically see watercolor used. It’s darker, and the vibe somehow feels more impactful.Excellent job really!ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Parker Duncan Food nerd. Pop culture specialist. Unapologetic organizer. Music advocate. Twitter scholar. Bacon buff. Problem solver.