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Tutorials Art Links

Tutorials Art Links

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 Home Tutorials Paintings LearningArt Links Glossary ReviewsAboutWatercolor Tutorials: Learn to paint!Printable pages have upper left link ( ) back to this page. Introduction: How to Paint WatercolorsBeginners Guide: Basic Watercolor Painting SuppliesHow to hold a watercolor brushFive ways to lose your grip and gain control. Holding your brush in unfamiliar ways can get new and interesting results.Classic watercolor brush grip.Basic Brush ControlSix secret skills to help you develop your watercolor brush control. How you handle a brush makes a difference in how you make art. Learn what your brush can dowith these quick and easy exercises. BASIC SKILLSFlat WashThe first basic watercolor skill to learn. Take some time and learn to paint flat washes. It will be time well served.Graded WashThe second basic watercolor wash skill. Learn how to make an evenly graded darkto light wash.Glazed WashGetting multi-layered jewel tones in a simple composition using the technique ofglazing your watercolor washes.Wet-in-wet TechniqueAn exciting exercise in the free flowing possibilities of watercolor. Practice often, it's fun.Dry Brush TechniqueProper brush handling and paint consistency is needed in this easily learned watercolor technique.Lifting Wet WatercolorWatercolor lightens easily when wet. Plan ahead before you paint.Lifting Dry WatercolorLifting and lightening dried watercolor paint. (Elbow grease and a light touch)ADVANCED SKILLS ISplattering TexturesSome people do it on purpose. A fun technique for the playful at heart. With Spray (below)(and)Spray TexturesRecycle your toothbrush for some fun spraying action. Don't use it for your teeth again, that's just gross.Sgrafitto TexturesA light scratch, a burnished caress, an agressive knife attack...linear texture.With Stamped (below)(and)Stamped TexturesSponges, tissues, and anything you can get your paint to stick to can be a "handy" tool.Back Wash

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