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Watercolor- Drawing Tips for Beginners
Some people are by nature, creative some are not so but want to. Either caused by genes, early childhood exposure, natural inclination, precocity, sudden inspiration, there are people who could create art better. It always will be. Whatever the cause though whether born into it or not, we learn from practice. The fact is, the best artists devoted more time to the discipline of practice. Inspiration is then sparked more because as the practice continues, the better the artist becomes. It is often said that we are not fully human until we learn to create. For the creative spark that is within each of us, here are the following drawing tips.
Behind Watercolor Techniques
Watercolors are used in which pigments suspended in a gum-Arabic solution are applied to a surface with the use of brush and water. Water is used as a medium for pointing to bind the pigments. It started out since ancient times. Watercolor techniques have been improved throughout these past few years.
Watercolor- Modern Watercolor Painting Concepts
The story of watercolor dates as far back as when the first man learned to paint and interpret his surroundings. Yet as old as it is, watercolor paintings do not sell as much as oils and acrylics. This is because watercolors are developed only lately. Cezanne used it, Eugène Delacroix, François Marius Granet, Henri-Joseph Harpignies did excellent works with it and a whole bunch of masters dabbled with it. But for centuries, the issue of the watercolor basically is that it cannot hold its colors for long. It fades overtime fast, and so very few serious artists used the vehicle. Not anymore