Materials: Rice, watercolor paper, watercolors.Step One: Lay a watercolor wash on the paper surface.Step Two: While paint is still wet, drop rice on the paint and leave it there until dry.Step Three: Brush off the rice.Detail of texture
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In this post I explain the top ten things I wish I knew before starting my watercolor painting journey. Understanding and applying these ten things will help the beginner move faster towards progressing with watercolor painting and also waste less money a
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Materials Needed: watercolor paper, watercolors, brushes, and table salt. You can use a variety of salts to see the effects like fresh ground salt, rock salt and coarse sea salt.Step One: Apply a wash of color over the paper surface.Step Two: Sprinkle salt into the wet paint and let it dry completely.Step Three: Brush off the salt.