Tagged: watercolor exercise

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Drybrushed lake

This painting can be difficult or easy to paint, depending on your brush technique. Many less experienced watercolor painters usually have a far too strict attitude when it comes to how they use their…

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Skåne farm

This is an easy painting exercise. Three colors and only a few layers of paint and almost no glazing or wet on wet, basically the whole painting is done with only one layer, of…

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Three primary colors

This exercise primarily develops your color mixing skills. You must use the three primary colors: red (cold red), yellow (preferably lemon yellow, but not necessary) and blue (preferably cold, phthalo or Prussian). I personally…

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Kåseberga harbour

Kåseberga is a small town on the southern coast of Skåne. About a hundred meters from the harbor is the megalithic monument Ale’s Stones. Kåseberga used to be an important fishing village, fishing and…

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Three primary colors | An exercise

This is a fairly simple exercise in terms of painting, but perhaps difficult when it comes to color mixing. The idea of the exercise is to train the ability to paint large surfaces evenly…

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Coffee grinder, a semi-hard exercise

This watercolor exercise of a coffee grinder is to be painted with three different colors: French ultramarine, burnt sienna and any warm yellow. The blue ultramarine together with the brown should give a neutral…

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Tourists in San Gimignano

This little exercise should be painted quickly. As for colors, you can use any. I myself used as a base: phthalo blue and venetian red and all sorts of others for the people in…

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Coffee | A watercolor exercise

Here is a fairly simple exercise painted with only three colors. You can use any colors that suit the painting, I used ivory black, phthalo blue and burnt sienna. The blue color can be…