Category Archives: Watercolor Basics

Deciding What to Paint

I love looking at artists’ websites and seeing what subjects they choose to paint.  It might be flowers, landscapes, pets, children, friends, cars or even favorite restaurants.  But it is usually something that is meaningful to them and worth capturing … Continue reading

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Watercolor Paints

This is a topic that I could write pages about, but I’ll try to keep this a quick introduction.  There are basically two types of watercolor paints, pan (dry), and tube (wet).  There are even liquid watercolors if you prefer … Continue reading

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How to Get Started Painting if You Can’t Draw!

The thing that really drew me in to painting was playing with color. The only problem was my drawing skills were pathetic! This stops many would-be painters from getting started. Many of us began painting later in life and never … Continue reading

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