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Watercolors & Paint Brushes
Lightly sketch the general shape/composition of your piece.
Retrace with darker lines and more detail.
Lay in watercolor working from light to dark. Keeping paint wet so the color blends well.
Once dry, lay water into background, then drop in a pale background color. Let dry.
Again, wet background. Use a small brush to get the edges and detail area. Drop in dark colors.
You can layer on the colors so they deepen and darken. Tilt paper to move color around.
Once piece is dry you can go back in and add small details and refine!
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