These are the greens I have been using in my green bottle paintings. The pans at the top are Schmincke watercolors on the starting from the left is Pthalo Brilliant Grn, Delft Blue (not used in these paintings but wanted to identify what it was), empty space, Sap grn, Hooker's grn, and May grn. The tube colors below are all Daniel Smith paints starting from the left is Undersea grn, Spring grn, Green Apatite Genuine, Green Gold, Sap Green, Cascade Grn and the end tube on the right is Holbein's Shadow grn.
The yellow I used in this painting is Daniel Smith's Quinophthalone, love this yellow it's in between a cool and warm yellow, kind of a bright fresh neutral. Love it!!
I also wanted to show my favorite turquoise which is Schmincke's cobalt turquoise. I always try to sneak a little of this into every painting. One of my absolute favorite colors.
I just kept working the above process throughout the rest of the painting. I followed my reference photo and had my bottles in front of me while I was painting. If the bottle was warmer and more yellow I stuck with the Quinophtalone yellow and sap greens, in the cooler areas I used phthalo greens and brilliant green.
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