Thursday, January 28, 2016

Rose Bud in Pink watercolor wet in wet

"The biggest advantage of wet-in-wet watercolor is that you can never know exactly what is going to happen."

Wet in Wet :
Wet in wet is simply the process of applying pigment to wet paper. The results vary from soft undefined shapes to slightly blurred marks, depending on how wet the paper is. The wet in wet technique can be applied over existing washes provided the are thoroughly dry. Simply wet the paper with a large brush and paint into the dampness. The soft marks made by painting wet in wet are great for subtle background regions of your painting.

Rose Buds in Pink
12 x 9 inch

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