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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To avoid allergic reactions or other complications, only makeup palettes and paint that is specifically labeled as face or skin paint can be used for face painting. Acrylic and watercolor paints, even ones that are label... More »

One Stroke painting classes teach students how to load a single paint brush with multiple colors of paint in order to create shadows and highlights on an image at the same time they paint the base color. In more advanced... More »

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The artist of a watercolor is called a painter. Watercolor is a type of painting created with watercolor paints. These paints are made from pigments that are held together by a water soluble binder, such as natural gum a... More »

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"Woodland Encounter" is a painting by Bev Doolittle, an American artist working mainly in watercolor paints. The painting depicts native Americans on horseback as they pass through a snowy forest. The central image of th... More »

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Famous watercolor artists include Albrecht Durer, Peter Paul Rubens, Van Dyck, Thomas Gainsborough and Eugene Delacroix. The earliest known use of watercolor exists in cave paintings. More »