Watercolour Painting Techniques
This watercolour painting tutorial covers the basics of How to Paint Edges and Layers in watercolour. Edges in watercolour painting can be created by laying down a layer of water and dropping colour into it. The colour will bleed to the edges of the water but no further. Which is really brilliant. This is vital to know if you want to have some control of your watercolor painting.
Creating layers in watercolour painting depends on one crucial fact – the paint must be dry before you add another layer of watercolour paint. Layers are really important to watercolour painters because you can create different tones with it. You can also create vary a colour by laying a layer of a different colour on top of another.
Want to see how to paint wet in wet and wet and dry in watercolour? Check out this art tutorial – Watercolour Basics for Beginners
This easy watercolor painting tutorial is aimed at beginners, students and children and those looking to improve their water colour painting skills.
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