HOW TO PAINT A STILL LIFE WITH WATERCOLOUR?

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Watercolour can be combined with other techniques to create effects, especially with Indian black ink which can be diluted with water and is indelible once dry. It can be used before painting with watercolour, to draw shapes with a quill or compose work in grey scale. Ink can also be applied on top of watercolour to create shadows.

Indian black ink

The Lefranc Bourgeois’s Nan King ink is an indelible liquid black ink that is highly resistant to fading and comes in a deep black that can be used pure for calligraphy and drawing or diluted with water. It is an acrylic ink made with black pigment.

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