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The wet-into-wet watercolor technique is so fundamental to this medium that it is a requirement for all watercolor painters. In this lesson, you’ll learn two different ways to create wet-into-wet washes. We’ll create beautiful, subtle gradations that work really well for skies in your landscape paintings.
Learning the wet-in-wet technique will:
- Help you gain confidence in managing the water along with the color
- Is the single way to create those loose, flowing, mingling washes that everyone loves
- Is the best way to create and maintain transparency – that unique property of watercolor
- Will lay the foundation for gaining expertise in all other areas of watercolor painting
What you’ll need to follow this video
- A large round and/or a large flat (1 1/2″ or 2″)brush
- Paint – Ultramarine Blue and Permanent Alizarin Crimson.
- Watercolor paper – two sheets about 11″h x 7″w each – preferably Arches 140lb Cold Press (the link will take you to Amazon.com if you want to order paper. And yes, I get a small commission if you do. Thanks!)
Get ready, turn on the video and let’s jump in!