Abstract Nebula In The Galaxy
As the paint begins to dry, place another layer of paint on top to intensify the colors even more. Watercolor will always dry into a lighter version than when it is wet, so don’t worry if it looks too saturated. When the paper has dried enough to be damp instead of wet, you can dot more colors on top. Complementary and secondary colors can now be placed on top of each other without the fear of them blending into a muddy brown color. Always dab the paint on; never drag or start using different brushstrokes.