These pink watercolour flowers contain varying levels of translucency and opacity in different parts of the plant, with some leaves having the quality of clear water and others more resembling lush greenery. They can be used either individually, or as part of a greater pattern, for use in fabrics or as background art.
The colours of the individual roses go through a gradient, from blushing salmon to deep pinks and vibrant fuschias, each petal dotted with magenta speckling and areas of colours flowing together. Some flowers are solidly one colour, while others go from brighter colours to darker shades, with the differences between each individual flower being both so apparent and yet so natural that using this handpainted clipart as a pattern gives the impression of cohesion, while also retaining the detailing and delicate beauty.
The sprawling leaves give the impression of climbing vines, and the colour pallet, which goes very gracefully through soft blushes, bright fuschias, and lush magentas, is ideal for layering around texts, or to accentuate images. These watercolour flowers maintain a grace and simplicity while still being handy for any use that could come to mind.