What Can Go Wrong In Watercolor Painting – Blooms, Streaks, and Mud

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There are several very common flaws that appear in our paintings way too often. They are; blooms, streaks and mud. All three are caused by losing track of some important fundamentals.

This video shows what causes them and therefore how to avoid them. And shows the one technique that will, at times, fix all three.

What’ll you’ll need:

  • Medium round brush
  • Various colors
  • Watercolor paper – about 11″ x 15″ or so
  • OR – a painting or sketch that has one, two or all three flaws

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