As a point of departure, an explanation is provided about drawing, tracing and transferring images onto the watercolor paper, along with a brief explanation about sizing. Using wax crayons as the resist material and drawing tool, watercolors are applied beginning with a thin wet mixture. The depth of color increases as layer upon layer of watercolor is applied slowly and carefully over time. Examples of beginning, intermediate and advanced projects are displayed as more sophisticated techniques are demonstrated.
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