Blueberries and clay pots make a charming painting. Watercolor adds layers or glazes of color because it dries lighter, while acrylics dry darker than they appear when wet. Capture the natural tones of half ripe berries, green and some pink, while the rest are deep, rich blue and ready to pop in your mouth. What an awesome chance to experiment with color!
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