To paint with watercolor, start with either wet or dry watercolor paint and mix it with water until it reaches the desired transparency. Because watercolor paint is translucent, it is best to paint lighter colors first, ... More »

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Learn how to paint with watercolor by mixing colors correctly, testing colors before use and planning the painting before starting. Watercolor is easier to use when the painter has the right supplies, including a few goo... More »

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In order to paint with watercolors, you need to gather pigments in tubes or as a pan set and a palette. You also need watercolor paper or another suitably absorbent surface, sable or synthetic watercolor brushes in a var... More »

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Learn how to paint with watercolor by mixing colors correctly, testing colors before use and planning the painting before starting. Watercolor is easier to use when the painter has the right supplies, including a few goo... More »

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Adding glitter to paint requires using the right kind of glitter to ensure an even mix throughout the paint and that the paint applies evenly to the wall according to Benjamin Moore Paints. Paint already infused with gli... More »

To paint marbled paper with shaving cream, mix shaving cream with liquid watercolor paint, and place a sheet of paper on the mixture. After removing it and scraping it clean, let it dry. This 40-minute craft requires sha... More »

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Acrylic paint is chemical based and almost always used for artwork, while latex paint is water based and used for painting homes and other buildings. Latex and acrylic paints have largely replaced alkyd and oil-based pai... More »

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