Watercolour Textures for use in branding

Watercolour Textures for use in branding - student project

These textures were inspired by the Daniel Smith MoonGlow watercolour paint. It is a blue-purple-grey tone mix that creates fun textures because it behaves differently depending on how diluted the colour it. When more concentrated it granulates and the colour separate.

I love that this colour kind of looks different depending on the colours you put with it. It can look purple or blue and works well with blues, greens and pinks.

Here is my scanned in watercolours. Just played with combinations :)

Watercolour Textures for use in branding - image 1 - student project

Once I did my adjustments in Photoshop they looked like this.

Watercolour Textures for use in branding - image 2 - student project

I then created some seamless textures and applied them to some text.

Watercolour Textures for use in branding - image 3 - student project

Finally, I played with using the textures as part of a design.

Watercolour Textures for use in branding - image 4 - student project

Nicole Sijnja
Addicted to colour and creativity
Teacher