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Watercolor-Common Mistakes In Drawing You Should Avoid
Almost all artists learned first and then studied later. From the greatest to the least, every one of them practiced and learned with very little guidance if any. Along the way though, without exception, mistakes are made and as realization ultimately comes, are corrected. The following is a compilation of the most common mistakes in drawing that you would want to avoid.
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
Watercolor - Watercolor Painting; Let Your Gut Do The Thinking
Often it is said that watercolor painting is not for everyone. Even with advanced watercolor techniques, it is still a scary and a hard to handle medium. Watercolor streaks, leaks, create a mess, unpredictable and impossible to change once the color is applied and to top it, watercolor buckles the paper. Nothing is farther from the truth. Watercolor is a challenging medium. That much could be said but difficult? No.