How To Do the Wet-In-Wet Technique for Watercolor - Tutorial Tuesday
Wet-in-wet describes the technique of adding watercolor to an area where the paint is already wet, achieving one of watercolor's signature looks. This is one of those techniques that you've gotta channel Elsa and just let it go!!!! Can you tell we are in the "Frozen" phase of toddlerhood?!
Here are links to all the supplies used in the video.
- Wash brush
- round brush (size 4 or 6)
- pencil, any is fine!
- Paper: I use arches 140lb cold press block
- If you don’t have a block you’ll need masking tape
- Paint Winsor & Newton
- water - from the tap is perfect!
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