Drawing tool that lives up to its name. Albrecht Dürer watercolour pencils with its voluminous design.
What you need:
Connector paint box, water cup, drawing pad A3 or A4, paint brush, flowers, leaves and materials from nature, a painting apron if needed
Fill your water cup with water. Dip the brush in the water and mix it in your chosen colour in the paint box until you have lots of paint on the brush.
Coat the flower with the paint.
Now press the painted side of the flower carefully onto the paper.
Feel free to experiment. You can try unusual materials like tree bark, leaves and grass. Please note that paints can stain. Use an underlay and protect your clothes. Spots of paint should be washed off right away with lukewarm water and soap.