When you practice painting wet-in-wet, you really get to know “true watercolour.” Learning how colours move on the wet surface, creating texture with brush and tools, understanding the stages of moisture on the paper; all of these things will help you develop your painting skills and improve your abilities dramatically.
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Supplies Used in this Lesson:
Reeves large plastic palette: http://bit.ly/28Omsqq
Brush: Escoda Versatil #10 rigger order from Amazon.com http://amzn.to/2xTr9Nf
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Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff Loose Goose #1 Dagger Striper
Daniel Smith watercolours at Blick Art Materials: http://bit.ly/2khXu8f
QoR watercolours from Blick Art Materials: http://bit.ly/2iZWDLc
Schmincke Helioturquois and Brilliant Red Violet: http://bit.ly/2j03wfs
Colourcraft Brusho Pigment Crystals: http://bit.ly/2me0stv
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Linda Kemp’s book, Watercolor Painting Outside the Lines: http://amzn.to/2hVHmt8
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Mike Bailey’s armchair talk on watercolour: http://bit.ly/2zDaZpc
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