How to paint watercolor with the right watercolor paint colors
Watercolor paints require a lot of water.
The paint you use must be clear, but not so clear that you can’t see the lines and strokes.
You will need to use a watercolor brush and a waterbrush.
The watercolor you use should have a very light brush.
Some watercolors are called “mild” watercolours, but they are usually too light.
To get the best result, use a brush with a finer tip.
A good watercolor will last forever.
Some people like to experiment with different paints.
The best way to do that is with the watercolour they already have, or a mix of watercoloured paints.
In a photo essay for the BBC in 2006, Mark Selden describes how to use his “paintbox”, a simple set of watercolor markers.
It’s a bit more complicated than that, but the idea is the same.
You can use any watercolour pen and a paper clip to draw a line or a stroke across the paper.
Then you can paint the line or stroke with the paintbrush, which is very similar to the pencil or paintbrush.
Seldens tips are to mix watercolouring paints with water and watercoloring brushes with water.
“My paints are usually made of water and my brushes are made of oil,” he said.
“So if you use oil paint, you’ll get a lot more paint.
I’ve used it for years.
I mix a little oil paint with water, and when I do it, I don’t worry about how I get it onto my paper.
I just take it and paint it on.
If you mix the two together, you get a really rich, glossy finish.”
Mark Seydens painting with a paintbox and watercolour brushes.