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Watercolor Subjects

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Watercolor Subjects. Get inspired and try out new things.
When I was a beginner painter, I discovered that coming up with easy watercolor ideas can be tricky. So I have made a list of  7 good things to paint - just for you. Click on through for painting inspiration  #watercolorideas #watercolorpainting #watercolorbeginners

When I was a beginner painter, I discovered that coming up with easy watercolor ideas can be tricky. So I have made a list of 7 good things to paint - just for you. Click on through for painting inspiration #watercolorideas #watercolorpainting #watercolorbeginners

Watercolor [wave] kanta harusaki 春崎幹太 水彩画 波 - YouTube

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*Knee Deep in Bumblebees ~ Marjolein Bastin!

Knee Deep in Bumblebees Artist Marjolein Bastin Painted 2010 Medium Watercolor Subject Location Netherlands Like this painting? This painting has not been published...yet. Help us decide which image to print next. Cast y

Detail of a new painting fresh off the easel...dipping back into the floral pool and I am enjoying using some more water for looser washes a...

Detail of a new painting fresh off the easel...dipping back into the floral pool and I am enjoying using some more water for looser washes a...

Here's the only wet-on-wet watercolor tutorial you need! Wet-on-wet is a basic and classic technique for painting watercolor. You can use it for florals, landscapes, patterns…almost anything! It’s my absolute favorite thing about watercolor. It’s magical, it’s how you blend colors, how you diffuse colors, and in this tutorial, I show you three ways to use this technique—pushing, pulling, and poking. #watercolor #painting

Here's the only wet-on-wet watercolor tutorial you need! Wet-on-wet is a basic and classic technique for painting watercolor. You can use it for florals, landscapes, patterns…almost anything! It’s my absolute favorite thing about watercolor. It’s magical, it’s how you blend colors, how you diffuse colors, and in this tutorial, I show you three ways to use this technique—pushing, pulling, and poking. #watercolor #painting

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