Watercolor Painting – Drybrush and Lift Technique

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These two techniques are used less than Wet-In-Wet and the Dry-In-Wet techniques. But they are important and useful techniques. These, together with wet-in-wet and dry-in-wet will really allow you to get everything you can from this unique and beautiful medium.

What you’ll need:

  • Medium round brush
  • Small round brush
  • Rigger brush
  • Small flat brush
  • Various color
  • Watercolor Paper – about 11″ x 15″ or so to have room for all the exercises.

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