Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Tuesday's Tips and Techniques for Watercolor Painting



Cool Effects with Waxed Paper
Enjoy creating abstracts? Want to try your hand at an abstract watercolor but don't know where to start? Grab a roll of waxed paper, tear off a few strips. Trim it into whatever shapes you feel like creating.

Start by creating a wet into wet watercolor background. While the paint is still wet, lay down pieces of waxed paper. Allow to dry. Peel off the waxed paper to reveal the cool texture left behind.

Use this as a base for your abstract painting. I added a few circles and a rectangle using lost and found edges. Experiment and have fun with it!

Use your imagination ... I'd love to see how your experiment turns out.

1 comment:

D. Tom Conboy said...

Thanks for all of the tips and techniques! I'll have to give this one a try!!

Tom

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