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Using The Wet-In-Wet Technique to Make Watercolor Flowers Bloom

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If you’ve ever wanted to paint pretty watercolor flowers, you’re in the right place! In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to make these flowers bloom with some simple brushwork and the wet-in-wet technique. Thanks for showing us the way, Jay!

Materials used:

  • Arches Aquarelle cold press watercolor paper (140lb, size 10″ x 7″)
  • Painting palette for watercolor paints
  • A container of water
  • A rag or paper towels

ShinHan Premium Watercolors

  • Permanent Rose
  • Opera
  • Permanent Magenta
  • Vermilion Hue
  • Bright Violet
  • Lemon Yellow
  • Sap Green
  • Peacock Green

Brushes

  • Round brush (no. 18)
  • Round brush (no. 8)