How to Test your Watercolor Paints for Transparency - Get to Know your Watercolors 1 | Natasha N | Skillshare

How to Test your Watercolor Paints for Transparency - Get to Know your Watercolors 1

Natasha N, Create the Life of your Dreams

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    • How to Test your Watercolors for Transparency Welcome

      0:52
    • Materials needed

      1:33
    • The Process

      6:28
    • Project

      1:14

About This Class

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Hello and welcome to the first in my planned series of classes Get to Know your Watercolors! In this class I'll be showing you how to test your watercolor paints for transparency. Many watercolor artists prefer transparent and semi-transparent paints because they can help you create more luminous, layered paintings. Transparent watercolors are key to glazing and layering, which are essential watercolor techniques. Testing your new watercolor paints for transparency will help you understand them better so you can achieve the results you want in your paintings. Join me to learn how to quickly and easily test your watercolor paints for transparency!

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Natasha N

Create the Life of your Dreams

Hi, everyone!

I'm Natasha, a weightlifting yoga teacher on a mission to help you live a more creative, conscious life!

My love of teaching and learning runs deep; I have a Masters of the Arts in Teaching, am a registered yoga teacher, and am a certified life coach. I'm honored that you're here and hope you consider enrolling in my class. =)

Please visit my blog, The Artisan Life, for craft tutorials, printables, yoga practices, and more!

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