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Old 07-25-2013, 09:55 AM
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Paint Loose Watercolors | 25 Tips from Richard Stephens

Just 10 pages into the June issue of Watercolor Artist, I came across the Creativity Workshop column, which features an article called “Loosen Up” by Richard Stephens. Richard is known for creating paintings that appear spontaneous and, you guessed it, loose. While you’ll want to read the full article to understand more about painting loosely, I thought I’d share with you Richard’s list of tips to get you started. Click here and enjoy!


May Flowers (watercolor on paper, 10×14) by Richard Stephens
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