4 Ways To Apply The Watercolor Resist Technique

Award-winning watercolorist Isabella Kung is a fountain of great information about watercolor techniques. In this tutorial, she demonstrates different watercolor resist techniques. Isabella demonstrates how to use the masking fluid to create designs, and shows how to mix watercolors to create different shades and hues. Throughout the video, she provides tips and tricks for using the supplies, as well as recommendations for types of brushes and materials to use. This tutorial is especially useful for those who are interested in learning some new things or refreshing their watercolor painting techniques.
Watercolor Class Preview: How to plan steps for a mixed media painting How the watercolor resist technique uses masking tape or painter’s tape How to use a masking pen for special star effects How to use oil crayons with watercolor for special effects What is glazing and how to apply the technique How to use a watercolor technique with rubbing alcohol to create special effects How to use wet-on-wet watercolor techniques to create colorful background effects How to use colors to make elements pop Paints On The Palette: Naples Yellow Cadmium Lemon Cadmium Yellow Cadmium Red Alizarin Crimson Rose Tyrien Perylene Violet Dioxazine Violet French Ultramarine Indigo Phthalo Blue Cobalt Blue Cerulean Blue Cobalt Turquoise Viridian Perylene Green Permanent Sap Green Raw Sienna Burnt Sienna Burnt Umber Ivory Black Paper: Cold Press Arches Watercolor paper 140 lb, 12" x 9" Brushes: Escoda 1483 #10 Angular Brush, Bristle Escoda Reserva Kolinsky Tajmyr 1212 Round brush #6 Rosemary & Co. pure Squirrel SER41 Cat’s Tongue Brush 1/2″ Rosemary & Co. pure Squirrel SER41 Cat’s Tongue Brush 1″ Mop brush, unknown brand from China 1/2″ 1/2′ Dagger brush from Stanislaus Imports, Inc. China  

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Isabella Kung
Isabella Kung


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