Landscape With Light Puddle Watercolor Painting Lesson

Learn to add good looking puddles to your paintings and practice important basic techniques: wet-in-wet, dry-in-wet, and drybrush. This is and small, simple and easy exercise that will add to your skills and show you how to add this common sight to your landscapes.

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Painting Light Puddles and Practice Basic Wet-in-wet and dry-in-wet technique

Work on painting standing water in this small landscape painting that features a large, foreground puddle. This is a small work that will give you practice not only on getting puddles right, but in using the wet-into-wet and dry-into-wet techniques.

 What you’ll need

  • Brushes –  1/4″ flat, medium round, small round and the rigger
  • A palette with your colors – Cobalt Blue, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Lemon Yellow, Burnt Sienna, Raw Sienna,
  • Watercolor paper – preferably Arches 140lb Cold Press cut to about 5″x 7″

Get ready, turn on the video and let’s jump in!

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