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Slide 1 - Painting water is a fairly complex subject. Water, is affected by its surroundings, reflections, depth and clarity. Watercolor Painting Tips
Slide 2 - 1. Watercolors Dry Lighter With watercolor paint, a color will always look more intense (stronger and darker) when it is wet. A color will always be lighter and paler when dry.
Slide 3 - 2. Test a Color First Watercolor paint dries very fast, so test a color on a scrap of paper or on the edge of your painting before using it.
Slide 4 - 3. Dry Watercolor Remains Soluble Even once watercolor paint has dried, it remains water soluble. You can re-wet the dried paint with water on a brush and it will 'turn' back into paint.
Slide 5 - 4. Watercolor Paint is Transparent Watercolor paint is transparent. You can see through the layers of color you've painted, making it near impossible to hide mistakes.
Slide 6 - 5. Light to Dark Because the white in watercolor comes from the white of the paper, not the paint itself, the usual advice is to paint from light to dark.
Slide 7 - 6. Use a Decent Watercolor Brush Rather have just one, good brush than a handful of cheap ones that splay out and drop hairs. It'll save you a lot of frustration.
Slide 8 - Avoid inadvertently adding more water to your paint after you've washed your brush by dabbing the brush onto a dry cloth before putting it in the paint again. 7. Don't Add Too Much Water
Slide 9 - 8. Watercolor Paper Isn't Identical The label "watercolor paper" covers a lot of variations. Not only in the thickness of the paper, but also how smooth the surface is and how 'white' it is.
Slide 10 - Let’s view some attractive Watercolor Painting Collection
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Slide 26 - Why waiting let’s start painting