Watercolour Painting Basics
In this watercolor painting tutorial I use my extensive art teaching experience to show beginners, how to improve their watercolour painting skills. This tutorial covers how to paint with watercolour and basic painting techniques in a simple step by step approach. I talk about basic materials, the paper, paints and brushes and how to use them. I also demonstrate the two basic techniques of watercolour painting namely; wet on wet painting techniques and wet on dry painting techniques.
Want to learn how to create layers and edges in watercolour painting? Check out my tutorial: Watercolour Painting Basics – Edges and Layers
I also show how to combine the these watercolour painting skills to create some wonderful watercolor effects.
This easy painting tutorial is aimed at complete beginners and those wishing to improve their watercolour painting skills.
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