A Fast And Loose Landscape

An Evening Scene With Two Watercolor Painting Techniques

A combination of Wet Into Wet and Dry Into Wet techniques make this an fun, easy and imaginitive scene. Working fast and loose can be a challenge when you are not used to it, but speed increases focus and concentration and develops your skill with these two vital techniques.

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What you’ll need:

  • Watercolor paper -7″ x 11″ Arches 140lb Cold Press recommended approx 7″ x 11″
  • Colors: Cadmium Yellow, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Raw Sienna, Cobalt Blue
  • Brushes: Medium Round, Small Round, Rigger

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Basic Watercolor Painting Techniques