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  • Writer's pictureSamantha Badrock

"Unlock the Secrets of Watercolour Painting - Discover the Magic Today!"

Watercolour painting is an art form that has captivated people for centuries. From the Renaissance to the modern day, watercolour painting has been used to create beautiful and unique works of art. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned painter, learning how to do watercolour painting can be a rewarding experience. In this blog, we will explore the basics of watercolour painting, and share some tips and tricks to help you along the way. So grab your watercolour paints and pencils and let's get started!


In this blog post, we will go through the essential materials you need and the basic watercolor techniques for beginners.

The basic materials needed for watercolor painting are:


1. Watercolor Paints: Watercolor paints are available in a variety of colors and consist of pigment suspended in a binder such as gum arabic.

2. Watercolor Paper: Watercolor paper is thicker than regular drawing paper and can withstand the wetness of the paint.

3. Brushes: Brushes come in different shapes and sizes and are used to apply the paint on the paper.

4. Water: Water is used to mix the paint and to rinse the brushes.

5. Palette: A palette is used to mix and store the paint before applying it to the paper.


Now that you have all the necessary materials, let’s get started with some basic watercolor techniques.


1. Wet on Wet: This technique involves painting wet paint onto wet paper. The paint will spread out and mix on its own, creating interesting effects.



2. Wet on Dry: This technique involves painting wet paint onto dry paper. The paint will stay in the same shape as it was painted.


3. Dry on Wet: With this technique, you paint dry paint onto wet paper. The paint will spread out and mix with the wetness of the paper.




4. Dry on Dry: This technique involves painting dry paint onto dry paper. The paint will stay in the same shape as it was painted.



These are the basic watercolor painting techniques that you can use to get started.

With practice and experimentation, you can learn how to mix and create more complex effects with your paints.


Remember to take your time and enjoy the process of creating art. There’s no right or wrong way to do watercolor painting, and the possibilities are endless. Have fun and be creative!


We hope this article has been a useful introduction to the world of private or group lessons. Learning with a private or group lesson can be a great way to hone your skills and further your learning. If you would like to take your learning to the next level, we highly recommend getting a private or group lesson with us. We are passionate about helping you reach your full potential and look forward to working with you.



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