Grow your skills and create beautiful soft effects with this free wet in wet watercolor tutorial! Using wet in wet watercolor is a wonderful way to create delicate transitions of color and soft texture for beautiful, flowing effects. It’s also one of the techniques that gives watercolor a reputation for being difficult, so understanding how it works can be really helpful. This tutorial shows you how to start with a soft background and create a foundation for your painting, planning ahead while leaving room for the painting to develop on its own. When you start with a soft, wet-in-wet background, you can keep your painting loose and expressive, or add layers of detail for a realistic result; it’s up to you!
Learn Wet in Wet Watercolor Technique – Pussywillow Tutorial
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**Supplies Used in this Lesson**
Brushes: Escoda Versatil #10 Rigger, http://bit.ly/1XF0RpW
Princeton Heritage #1 Round: http://bit.ly/2Dmxx27
Paint: Daniel Smith: Wisteria, Lavender, Perylene Red, Undersea Green, Alvaro’s Fresco Grey http://bit.ly/2cXeE8J
Blick Premier Watercolor Blocks: http://bit.ly/2B1Kltf
Robax 12 inch palette: http://www.robax.com/palettes.html
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