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Variegated Wash Watercolor Technique For Dramatic Skies & Landscapes

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Step 6: Adding A Creek And Reflections

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While waiting for the top portion to dry, work on the bodies of water in the painting. With the same ½” cat’s tongue brush, mix some of the Ultramarine/Black with a little more water and loosely paint the shape of the creek and puddles, moving the brush from side to side. Tilt the paper so the paint moves towards the bottom. Change back to the warm purple used for the barn’s shadowed side, mix a little more water in, then paint the side of the barn underneath the roof. Clean all the used brushes and leave the whole painting to dry.