How To Do The Wet-On-Dry Technique For Watercolor - Tutorial Tuesday

Wet on dry describes the technique used when you wait for the first layer of watercolor to dry before you apply paint on top of it. This is great for detail work.  Learn how to layer your paint to get your desired effect in this week's Tuesday Tutorial below.


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Wash Brush

Round Brush Size 6

Arches 140lb Cold Press Block (or tape down piece of watercolor paper)

Any 3 paints will work. I used Scarlet Lake, Perylene Violet, and Phthalo Turquoise

Water (tap is fine)

Paper Towel


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May 25, 2021 — KATE TALCOTT

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