Sneak Peek of Watercolor Painting Process

 In Behind The Scenes Art Life, Video

Here’s a quick sneak peek of my watercolor painting process.

I like to work wet in wet, which just means that I wet my paper first, then apply my watercolor paint to the wet surface. I control the shape of the watercolor spreading, by the pattern of water that I put down on the page.

This technique allows for the color to bloom and spread in a tie-dyed look, which works great for my seahorse and Hawaiian fish paintings, and my hearts and everything else I adore!

Supplies List:
QoR Watercolors (Love these!)
You can find these at:Dick Blick Awesome supplies!

Arches Watercolor Paper, I use the Cold Press blocks
Arches Awesome Watercolor Paper!

Take a look at the quick peek below.

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