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Here an other watercolor painting I did some time ago. In the background you should (hopefully) see a church and some house roofs disappearing in the fog. Fog is one of the nicest effects you can create with watercolors. I hope you like it.
Tom, this is beautiful little painting! With cute little houses and church in the fog. I like long shadows of the trees and like how sunny side is bright and like that you got middle tone in those trees.
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Thanks Sunnylady. I really enjoyed this one. I forgot to mention that the cloud is made with a paper towel by just removing the wet paint. An other technique I have learned.
Oh really? I was thinking they were made with white gouache.
No. Just tiny circles with the towel. You need to be careful land turn it at every swipe. Then it works.
Thanks for the advice!
Tom, this I think is very helpful video for wet on wet. Check it out.
Thanks a lot Sunnylady. Wet in Wet is the most difficult technique in watercolors in my opinion, in oils its really simple - if you use the Ross/Alexander method.
I really liked how Diane showed things that happen on the pallet and brush strokes. I think this is one of the best videos they made.
I agree about wet on wet for water colors. It is so easy to mess up.
Yes, she seems to paint more like Bob does.
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