Drop In Watercolor
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Watercolors & Paint Brushes
On dry paper use clean water to draw continuous lines that cross.
Fill brush with watercolor paint and drop into the center of the design. Watch as it spreads!
Some lines may have dried, fill them in to connect it all. Experiment with the amount of water used!
Use a different color to create movement. Feel free to add more lines inside and out.
Pick up your paper to move the color all around, add darker color where lines cross.
Watercolor lightens as it dries! The more water the lighter the color. Enjoy this fun technique!
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