In this free hand tutorial, we go over some fun techniques such as wet on wet, wet on dry, color mixing, and composition! Grab the kit: https://www.letsmakeart.com/products/watermelon-watercolor-kit For additional supplies, visit: http://letsmakeart.com source
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With this project we are focusing on two techniques: color transitions and composition. We’ll also go over how to avoid a muddy finished product by working with similar tones on the color wheel to keep everything vibrant! Grab the kit – http://bit.ly/2Yrrfd0 For extra supplies, visit – https://www.letsmakeart.com source
This is more of a “modern” take on a landscape and we are heavily using geometric shapes to create our spaces. Make sure you have painter’s or washi tape handy for this project. That’s how we are going to get those clean edges! Grab the kit: https://www.letsmakeart.com/products/geometric-landscape-watercolor-kit For additional supplies, visit: http://letsmakeart.com source
I know this animal is a beast – but be brave! Lions are one of those animals where people can tell what it is right away because they have such a prominent feature – a wild mane that cannot be tamed! We’re going to use that large area to play a little by mixing textures […]
For this project we are turning our brains off a little bit, so we can just paint what we see. This is an illustrative approach to painting water and florals – so don’t stress about the realism too much and just have fun with it! Want to paint along? Grab the Tulip Jar Watercolor Project […]
This project is so fun because we are playing with so many different techniques! Wet on wet, wet on dry, lifting color, and creating texture! Don’t be afraid to customize the field to your own surroundings – whether it’s bluebonnets in Texas or poppies in sunny California – you can make this project yours! – […]