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Watercolor Materials | step by step discussion

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5 Videos (17m)
    • Watercolor Materials Introduction

    • Watercolor Papers

    • Watercolor Paint

    • Watercolor Brushes

    • Watercolor Palette Tapes & Water


About This Class

Welcome to Paint Academy. In this course, you will learn all about watercolor materials.

This class divided into four parts where we've mentioned about watercolor paper, watercolor paint, watercolor brushes and watercolor Palette, Tapes.

Here we have described in details what materials are necessary to make watercolor painting. How you can identify what materials needed to draw a good picture, how you can differentiate between a good watercolor material and a bad watercolor material. Hope this tutorial help you.

If you're totally beginner in this media at the end of this class you’ll have an understanding of different kinds of papers, paints and brushes used in watercolor. It will help you to get rid of all your confusions and help you to get started.

Here we've used Camlin watercolors because they are of a very high quality and rather cheap.


If you're a beginner we will recommend you to buy at least three brushes and that are No-2, No-6 & No-12 made of natural hair.


We will suggest you to use heavy paper to get a good result for watercolor painting. 






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Paint Academy

Step by step Art Videos enriches you

Paint Academy is an art organization where group of Indian artist teach different mediums of art.

We teach various art mediums like Watercolor, Acrylic, Pastel and Ink & Pencil works. We're making art videos on You tube. But those videos are not narrated, not fully described. So of now, we're making narrated videos as well as discussion on the several new techniques on this platform to help learners.   

We started with watercolor in Skill share and very soon we'll...

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