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By Glynis Barnes-Mellish

That includes crucial concepts, warm-up workouts and encouraging initiatives with close-up, step by step images and transparent, encouraging textual content, this publication is ideal if you have regularly desired to discover ways to paint with watercolors yet have no idea the place to begin.

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Trying out strokes and blocks of different colors will give you a good idea of what they will look like when they are mixed together wet-in-wet on the paper rather than on your palette. BUILDING THE IMAGE 1 Paint the chicks and the geese’s bodies and heads cadmium yellow, using the No. 9 brush. Then paint the geese’s heads and necks cerulean blue and their chests Windsor violet. 4 Geese in the park | 63 When cerulean blue mixes with the wet paint, it granulates. 2 4 Add cerulean blue to the lower parts of the geese to create cool shadows.

The splattered paint dries as rings with hard edges and light centers. Paint a turquoise wash, and while the paint is wet, flick on Windsor violet to produce soft, mottled blobs with colorful centers. The effect achieved will vary depending on how wet the wash is when the second color is applied. feathering glazing Paint horizontal lines with water. While the paper is still wet, drag a brush with turquoise paint down the paper, across the lines of water. Vary the amount of water and pressure used to make different textures.

Strengthen the red again, to push back the darker colors, and soften the edges to show where the light falls on them. When the cherries are dry, paint the leaf with emerald green and cerulean blue. Use a mix of French ultramarine and burnt umber to indicate where the stalks meet the cherries. 54 | Color 8 10 Fill in the background with broad washes of greens. Paint the leaf with a mix of cerulean blue and cadmium yellow, then add strokes of cerulean blue and viridian to create the leaf veins. Paint a wash of emerald green around the cherries and soften it with cerulean blue.

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