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WATERCOLORS: Unit Intro & Techniques
Transcript of WATERCOLORS: Unit Intro & Techniques
watercolors are condensed pigment. when a water-base is added the pigment can then be used as a painting medium.
meaning you can see through them
The whites you see in watercolor painting, are actually the white of the paper.
They dry three times lighter then the color you see when its wet.
water coloring requires lots of layers to create an image and controlled brush strokes for detail
1. Flat Wash
2. Graded Wash
3. Wet-in-Wet Wash
4. Glazed Wash
7. Created Texture