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How to Use Watercolor: Experiment With a Quick Painting for Beginners

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Learning how to use watercolor paint and some basic techniques to apply it is a great way to jumpstart your watercolor painting journey. Experimenting is the best way to discover all these, and this quick watercolor painting guide for beginners is very easy and fun to follow.

Materials Used In This Watercolor Lesson:

  • Daler Rowney Aquarelle cold press watercolor paper (140lb, size 12″ x 9″)
  • Painter’s, artist’s, or masking tape (2″ width)
  • Pencil for sketching
  • Two containers of water
  • Spray bottle filled with clean water
  • A piece of scrap watercolor paper or paper towel
  • Kneaded eraser

Winsor & Newton’s Cotman Watercolor

  • Indigo
  • Payne’s Gray
  • Permanent Rose

Brushes

  • Loew Cornell Series 7430 Flora: Round brush (no. 14)
  • Winsor & Newton Cotman Series 111: Round brush (no. 4)
  • Winsor & Newton University Series 235: Round brush (no. 2)
  • Daler Rowney Aquafine Sable: Round brush (no. 5)