Wanderlust Art & Travel - Beginner’s Edition in Watercolors
All of these courses get better with your input, so drop me a note at Margie@WanderlustCollective.art and let me know what you want to learn about using watercolors. As always, you’ll get a special gift from me for your ideas!
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One of the techniques I like to use is “Wet on Wet” means that wet paint is applied to wet paper, or added to fresh wet paint. “Wet on Dry” means that you're applying wet paint on dry paper, or wet paint on an area of dry paint. When you use these two methods together you have the creative freedom to incorporate unique textures and enhance your painting. “Wet on Wet” produces soft edges, and random effects, and really cool color graduation. “Wet on Dry” lets you obtain more detail, sharp edges and defined shapes.
Having a good practice of these fun techniques will make you a versatile painter. You have to practice and get to know the characteristics of this medium to use it to your advantage, which can take a lot of patience but it's well worth it in the end! Practice makes perfect, and the possibilities are endless.
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