In this activity, we will build up colour, working with two colours and transitioning from one to the other.
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Adding wet paint to a wet surface is used for painting landscapes, simple skies, or soft watercolour washes. It gives a flowy look as we don't have much control over how our paint reacts.
When your paint has begun to dry, see how different it looks.
This activity will enable you to build up colour from plain water to a saturated paint mix.
Wet paint over a dry area is used for more precise and defined shapes.
When the paint is completely dry, notice how the colours tend to fade and look different.
This practice will help to paint around the edges of shapes.
Watercolour can be daunting for beginners and some experienced artists alike.
However, with some easy warm-up activities, you'll begin to understand how watercolour really works and become comfortable with your paints.
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