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December 28th, 2017Watercolor Techniques For Copying A Famous Sunrise Painting By Monet
Watercolor Techniques Class Preview: How to copy an oil painting using watercolor. How to paint Monets famous Sunrise painting. How to paint a close-up of water and waves. How to sketch and color different sections of the whole art piece and how they are all combined. How to manipulate colors to give your painting more emotion. How to paint while understanding eye-level and perception of the viewer and the art piece. How to fix mistakes and remove watercolor when you mess up. How to create reflections of objects in the water. How to understand the difference between sea and sky...
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