Glazing is a watercolor technique that is used for layering colors. In this multimedia watercolor lesson, Diana Trout teaches how to glaze without creating mud.
The possibilities are endless with multimedia watercolors, and stencils are one of them! This lesson discusses how to find and use stencils in your paintings.
Learn to use stamps and inkpads to add interest to your watercolor paintings and extend your palette. Find objects around your house that you can use as stamps.
Making art is all about the journey. In this multimedia watercolor lesson, Diana Trout shows how to transform mistakes into interesting designs with collage.
Ready to finish up your multimedia watercolor painting? Painting over the collage with markers and other tools adds a special effect for a polished look.
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