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Two Watercolor Techniques You Must Know

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6/02/2021

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There are 2 basic watercolor techniques that will be fundamental to your practice—wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry.

In this tutorial, I cover what these terms mean, when to use each of the two techniques, and how to do it successfully. In other words, this video is for you if you want to learn about gradients, shading, poking, pushing, pulling, and more.

This video is a segment from my Complete Watercolor Guide for Beginners. For the full video and all the chapters, check out this playlist.

 

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If you want to go deeper and do more exercises with these techniques, I have a separate video just for wet-on-wet, and another for wet-on-dry.

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00:00 – Two techniques you must know: WOW and WOD
00:33 – Three ways to use Wet-on-Wet
08:53 – Using Wet-on-Dry

 

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The Complete Beginner's Guide to Watercolor
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Watercolor Techniques: Wet-on-Wet
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