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What you need to know to get started with watercolor

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Watercolor is such a fun medium to work in. I love it! I’ve created a two page pdf to give you the basics.
It’s “What you need to know to get started with watercolor” and contains:

  • What supplies you’ll need
  • How to set up
  • How to use watercolor:
    • Shading
    • Wet vs. Dry
    • Painting Layers
  • Simple exercises to get you started

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Beginner Watercolor Painting Instructional PDF "What you need to know to get started with Watercolor" Beginner Printable Introduction

Beginner Watercolor Painting Instructional PDF "What you need to know to get started with Watercolor" Beginner Printable Introduction

Author: Eileen McKenna {my creative resolution}

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2 thoughts on “What you need to know to get started with watercolor

  1. Thank you for the PDF. Sometimes I think having a number to achieve is a little daunting. I love, very much, your little maps. What a lovely idea.

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