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New Video: Paint Water in Watercolor with Sterling Edwards
In Luminous Watercolor: Forest Waterfall, a new ArtistsNetwork.tv video workshop, Sterling Edwards leads you through easy steps on how to paint water, teaching techniques for composition, color mixing, negative painting, and more along the way. Painting water in watercolor can be a challenge, but with help from Sterling Edwards you can learn to paint water that cascades down a rocky cliff, using loose, suggested shapes with a strong play of light and dark values, for expressive results.
Preview Luminous Watercolor: Forest Waterfall Now! In this preview you'll use a bristle brush to paint values in the water, a flat brush and a credit card to paint rocks, and you'll learn how to use "power points" to add drama and pop to your painting.