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Watercolor Articles Index

Watercolor Articles Index

Imaging Software - Free and not so Free by Robert Ferguson

A Gimp Primer for Photo Editing by Mike Macaloon

Making and Using a Novel Water Charger by John Salmon

Making a cheap "Porcelain" Pallette Using a cheap microwave browning tray. By James H. Duckett

Using Computers to Compose Paintings Thread A useful thread by laniers covering various Computer techniques

Watercolor Batik: Be inspired as Nicholas Simmons shares his "batik" watercolor technique in this step-by-step demonstration of a Koi Fish.

A dog painting using only 4 pigments: A light and a deep blue, a yellow and a red will allow you to paint all the colors of the rainbow and all the shades from white to black. Painted during a workshop as a demo, a step by step dog portrait.

The Control of Water in Watercolour: Join Arnold Lowrey as he addresses the single most important technique associated with watercolour - how to control the water! Join Arnold as he illustrates the effects of using little water to wet-in-wet techniques.

Watercolor Life-Sized - Tarantella: Nicholas Simmons again dramatically demonstrates unusual large-scale watercolor techniques and shares his thought processes in this article adapted from a Work In Progress thread originally posted in the Watercolor Gallery.

Painting Large In Watercolor: Faded Glory: Nicholas Simmons presents a bold way to paint watercolor on a large scale. Edited from the most popular Work In Progress thread ever posted in the Watercolor Forum!

Design Your Own Christmas Cards: Join watercolorist, Marilyn Speck Ballard, as she shares a lesson on how to design and paint your very own original Christmas Cards.

Paint a Dandelion Clock Seed Head: Ever wondered how you could paint something fluffy and ethereal, like a dandelion seed head? Ruth Harris demonstrates a foolproof method using watercolors and a few simple tools. Try it out on soft kitten fur or other fluffy subjects!

Waterside Balcony Demonstration: Australian watercolor artist, John Lovett, shows us how to get a little more atmosphere into our subject by combining ink, gesso and Japanese rice paper with transparent watercolor.

Abstract Watercolor With a Twist: Follow Charissa step-by-step as she creates an abstract painting using watercolor and gel pens with a twist of sass in the mix.

Fun With Watercolours - Workshop & Demos: Award winning artist, Alan Mark Cross, presents a series of work in progress demos which include photos and step by step instructions. Follow along as Alan shares some of his watercolour tricks and techniques in this workshop experience!

Study of Whites: The Pack of Hounds: Cyrille Jubert takes you step by step in a demonstration of using a unicolor painting technique that adds great effects with a minimum of means.

Painting Trees and Foliage in Watercolour: Marvin Chew (mchew) has been asked numerous times to demonstrate how he paints trees and foliage using watercolours. So, here it is, an article about painting all the greens, nature's gift to mankind.

Demonstration of Sunflowers on Yupo Paper: Watercolorists! You asked for it and you got it! A demonstration of painting on yupo paper using traditional and experimental watercolor techniques. Carly Clements shares her expertise, creating a vibrant, bold, sunflower painting from start to finish. Paint along with her and create your own yupo masterpiece!

Abstract Watercolor on Yupo Paper: "It's a great way to break out of a creative block or to loosen up your style!" says Carly Clements as she reveals her techniques in using yupo paper and watercolor to create an abstract painting. Follow step-by-step photos and use her critique tips to create your own "masterpiece".

Avon River Sunset: Painting a sunset can be fun and challenging. Watercolour along with Rod Webb as he paints a setting sun by the Avon River, Christchurch, New Zealand.

Mountainscape: Rod Webb, Watercolour Master, shares his latest watercolour landscape lesson giving a step-by-step guide using his reference photograph of Lake Te Anau and the mountains.

Water Reflections: Join in with a step by step demonstration by Rod Webb of how to paint water reflections in Watercolours.

Fun Fantasy Bubbles: Want to have some fun with watercolours? Try you hand at painting fantasy bubbles. Rod Webb shows you how, come and join in.

A Lovely Cat called Pudney James: Join in with a step by step demonstration by Rod Webb and paint a portrait of your family cat in watercolours.

Painting an Onion in Watercolours: Follow along with artist Rod Webb as he demonstrates a watercolor painting of an onion that will not make your eyes water.

Painting A Watercolor's Farewell to Winter: Take a look over the shoulder of artist, Larry Seiler, and enjoy a step-by-step watercolor demo of a small Wisconsin winter river scene.

Avon River , Christchurch, NZ: Follow along with artist Rod Webb as he demonstrates a watercolor painting of the Avon River in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Fun Painting using a plastic sheet for texture: Join artist Rob Webb as he explores painting a vase of flowers the fun way using a plastic sheet to produce texture.

A Tropical Beach Scene: Join artist Rod Webb as he paints a beach scene in watercolours using wet into wet techniques and paint scraping.

Sunsets and Silhouettes: - Join Rod Webb for an exciting new installment of his watercolor lessons

Learn from one of the great watercolor masters, Winslow Homer: - Join Contributing Editor, Carol

Simple flat and graduated watercolor washes: - Join Rod Webb for a great one-page beginner's intro

Autumn leaves - Watercolor Painting, My Way: - Join Rod Webb for an exciting look at painting realistic autumn leaves

Painting majestic mountainscapes with watercolors: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Paint a beautiful, colorful lake scene: - Join ole' CC (Carol Campbell) for a wonderful step-by-step watercolor tutorial for beginners -, in 5 easy steps!

Painting trees using watercolors: - by Associate Editor, Rod Webb

Final installation of his watercolor fairy demo: – by Associate Editor, Rod Webb

Revised line of Artist's Watercolors: - by Daler Rowney

Part 2 of his watercolor fairy demo: – by Associate Editor, Rod Webb

There's a Fairy in my Garden: - Join Associate for the first installment in his latest watercolor demonstration by Editor Rodd Webb

Using the additive technique for creating watercolor monotypes: – by noted artists and Contributing Editors Julia and Gail Ayres

Painting rocks filled with crevices: – by Rod Webb

Painting rocks in watercolor: – by Rod Webb

Watercolor version of his recent pastel: - still life demonstration by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Tips for painting raindrops: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Painting roses in watercolor: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Shagrock, Sumner, New Zealand: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Conclusion of his recent watercolor/castle demo: : - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Paint a castle step-by-step: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Paint the historic railway station at Kaiapoi, New Zealand: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Watercolor Painting, My Way: - join by Associate Editor Rod Webb as he paints a light in the sky!.

Transferring accurate perspective to your watercolor paintings: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Innovative New Watercolor Mediums: - from Winsor & Newton

Painting clouds in watercolor: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Update on his Magnolias watercolor lesson: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb Full Lessons Here

Stretching watercolor paper and preventing unwanted buckling: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Paint the Magnolias in your backyard: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Do's and don'ts of using masking fluid (frisket): - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Painting a Boat Scene, My Way: - by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Still Life Painting, My Way: by Associate Editor Rod Webb

Creating fabulous background textures using plastic bags: - the first four lessons

How to Correct Mistakes in Watercolor: – by Johannes

Controlling Watercolor: – by Johannes!

Painting the Mystic Moon: – watercolor and ink lesson by Joe Broome

Exploring Sedimentary Pigments and Using Stencils with Watercolors: - Ellen Fountain brings you two explosive new watercolor tutorials

Marilyn Brown's Watercolor Tips for Beginners: – New Tutorial

Painting Sunlit Still Lifes in Watercolor: - by Liz Donovan!

Painting with a Limited Palette: - by Ellen Fountain

Test Driving the Wacom artZII 6x8 Tablet - by Ted Bragg

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