Summer Bouquet Of Flowers Using Wet-In-Wet Watercolor
This one is really fast and fun! We’ll paint this bouquet of summer flowers mostly with a wet-into-wet watercolor technique. It’ll give us a fresh, loose look and it will go together really fast.
This technique is a bit scary because it is a little un-predictable, but that’s also what makes it beautiful!
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Wet-Into-Wet Watercolor Technique
Wet-into-wet technique is the most important basic watercolor technique to know. It is key to creating flowing, transparent washes that are unique to watercolor and what most folks find so appealing about watercolor paintings.
In this lesson, we’ll use the wet-into-wet technique to it’s fullest.
This really is an easy watercolor painting lesson! Working layer-by-layer and with our basic techniques, it’s hard to end up with a bad result.
What you’ll need
- Brushes – 1″ Flat and 1/4″ flat, Medium Round (1/4″ wide at ferrule), Small Round (1/8″ wide), and a rigger
- A palette with your colors – Cobalt Blue, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Permanent Rose, Raw Sienna, and Viridian
- Watercolor paper – preferably Arches 140lb Cold Press cut to about 11″h x 7″w – slightly different proportions is OK
Get ready, turn on the video and let’s jump in!