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Watercolour Tutorial by noke89 Watercolour Tutorial by noke89
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Here is a watercolour tutorial. I wanted to add this because there is also other ways besides the traditional way of paintting with watercolours.
I hope that this tutorial will help you out. And I hope you understand this since my english isnt amazingly good.

Oh, and here is the finished pic, and another traditional art tutorial of mine:

:bulletred: The Finished Watercolor Painting
:bulletred: Colored Pencil Tutorial
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:iconkichimiangra:
Quick question (just because the tutorial didn't specify) is the technique your using for this piece a 'wet on dry' technique or a 'wet on wet' technique?
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noke89 Jan 23, 2014  Professional General Artist
Wet on dry :)
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akagis Jan 21, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Lucy! She looks perfect, I like it a lot
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:iconsuperzellz:
Nice Tutorial!!!
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IISabakuNoKazuyoII Dec 22, 2013  Student General Artist
woow very nice tutorial...
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noke89 Dec 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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livethelifeyoulov3 Oct 21, 2013  Student General Artist
Thanks for this, I've just got into watercolour and I've been looking for a tutorial like this! Can I ask though, in the tutorial, your watercolour seems to be so strong, where as when I use them, be the ones at school or home, it just comes washed out? Could you help me out? Thanks man! :)
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noke89 Oct 29, 2013  Professional General Artist
Good quality watercolors are important and I also use white color that isn't so common in the traditional watercolor technique. Actually the white isn't really even considered as watercolor. But it works with water so I use it with watercolors. I use less water to make the colors stronger and paint more than one layer of color. But you need to wait the earlier layer to dry before adding a new one. Btw I'm not "man", but thanks for your comment.
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livethelifeyoulov3 Mar 11, 2014  Student General Artist
Thanks for that advice! :)
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