Watercolors (paints suspended in a water-based solution) became popular in the nineteenth century and remains a popular medium for artists today. Let’s take a look at five watercolor techniques every artist should have in their arsenal. Once mastered, they can highlight your skills and help you create a masterpiece.
- Flat Wash
- Pull In
- Edge Softening
Watercolor has a rich history among artists. Once you master the techniques, you can add your own flair to your work because every artist has their own point of view. Try one or all of these techniques to bring life into your watercolors. Check out our line of watercolor paints and sticks such as Daniel Smith Watercolors, Grumbacher Academy Watercolors, Van Gogh Watercolors to create an impressionist painting you’ll be proud to show off.
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