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Wet-On-Wet Watercolor Technique

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9/08/2020

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Wet-on-wet is a basic and classic technique for painting watercolor.

You can use it for florals, landscapes, patterns…almost anything! It’s my absolute favorite thing about watercolor. It’s magical, it’s how you blend colors, how you diffuse colors, and in this tutorial, I show you three ways to use this technique—pushing, pulling, and poking.

In this video, I just used my size 16 Princeton Heritage 4050 brush.

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Keep doing these exercises and experience the magic of watercolor yourself!

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