Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Tuesday's Tips and Techniques for Watercolor Painting
Have a piece of good quality watercolor paper handy for testing colors, testing brush strokes before you apply it to your painting.
Use the same type of paper you would normally paint on, don't be stingy and use something cheap. Colors won't appear the same, the paper won't absorb the same way, the technique or stroke may differ on different types of paper.
Use a small piece of watercolor paper.
Use the back of an old painting you don't like.
Will this color look good? How do I make that tree stroke? What will this color combo look like? Test it on a piece of scrap paper before adding it to your painting.