Watercolor Mini Lesson: Creating Color Value with Water to Paint Ratios
Hi Friends! Thanks so much for stopping by. I’m so grateful you’re here. I have a super fun mini tutorial for you today. In this video, I’m sharing how to change the value of watercolor paint by controlling your water to paint ratios.
I get asked this question a lot, “how do I control the water when I’m watercoloring?” The key is practicing the water to paint ratio and this is a super simple way to achieve a TON OF JOY while using watercolor.
This mini-tutorial is excerpted from a longer card tutorial on no-line watercoloring. You can watch that tutorial here.
Take a peek at the tutorial and let me know what you think!
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List of Watercolors and Brands Used in this Tutorial:
Daniel Smith Quinacridone Coral (Used for the ratio sample)
This tutorial shares my stamp set with Gina K Designs called “Hugs + Wildflowers.”
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