Take a close look at the range of supplies and materials you need to start with the art of multimedia watercolor, from the basics to more in-depth collections.
Now that you’ve gathered your watercolor materials, Diana Trout demonstrates the basics of using paints on paper in this second lesson of the course.
What makes watercoloring so fun isn’t just the paint, it’s the water, too! Learn how to create washes and lift color from the paper in this lesson.
Don’t resist the urge to play around with resists! In this fourth watercolor lesson, Diana Trout shows how to use crayons, oil pastels, and gel pens as resists.
Did you know that rubbing alcohol and salt can be used as watercolor resists? Diana Trout continues demonstrating how to add texture to watercolor paintings.
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