30 May 2012

Wet into Wet technique

I know this could be on the repetitive side but thought as I have already shown you my Wet on Dry
technique, I might just take this opportunity to add the Wet into Wet version.

You will see from the video that I did jump in with the paint a little sooner than normal.
When you have Wetted the paper with Clear Water, leave it a few seconds to settle in - I didn't in the video because if it runs too long it refuses to download...hence I jumped in quickly to shorten the time.



video




So there you have it.....a quick and easy painting
and another technique to try.







10 comments:

  1. Thank you for this one and also the earlier ones on the "wet on dry" and "softening the edges". They are are very informative and helpful.

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    1. So glad you enjoyed these Balaji.

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  2. I love the wet in wet technic when painting flowers. Greetings from another lefty :-))

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    1. I know what you mean Jane, flowers just melt and blend don't they. Hooray, for another lefty:)

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  3. Lovely! Wet in wet is such a gorgeous method :) xx

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    1. You're right Pat, and enjoyable to do.

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  4. It’s not just the technique; it’s the talented artist using it! (Mine always come out looking like I used mud for paint! LOL)

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    1. Awwww, bet your's come out good Robin!

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