HOW TO PAINT A TREE WITH WATERCOLOUR?

Wet on wet technique

The wet on wet technique consists of applying wet paint to wet paper. It allows you to create coloured washes and work with transparency. This technique is a bit more complex to work with than the dry technique because the contours are less defined and the colour disperses more easily. The blurry rendering makes it a popular technique for coloured backgrounds.

Choosing paper

To paint with watercolour, it is important to use suitable paper. We recommend starting with our range of watercolour paper available in A4 or A5 format (200 g/m²). It is important to stretch the sheet by taping it to your support with adhesive so that the paper stays taught.

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