Watercolors are one of my favorite art mediums, because it is the most unforgiving and hardest of mediums to master. I’m still fascinated by the textures I achieve when I work with the “Wet into Wet Technique.”
This technique is simply wetting the surface of the paper and then lightly dropping or brushing in color.
While waiting for the image to dry, you can drop or brush another color on top or right next to the previous color. Anything may happen such as, line breaks, color mixing and paper buckles. Once the image is dry I marvel at the unexpected surprises I find.
I never preselect my color pallet before I begin nor do I prepare all the colors. I spontaneously respond to an image and “Watercolor,” allows me to be out of control with control.
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