Watercolor painting is a painting method in which paint made from pigments suspended in a water based solution is used over a medium. The traditional material used for watercolor painting is paper. Other material such as fabric, canvas, wood etc are used depending on the design and style being implemented. These paintings are usually translucent but in some cases they can also be made opaque.

Water colour techniques we focus on -

  • Dry and wet colour mixing
  • Light to dark with finishing
  • Using paper towel for painting
  • Splatter techniques.
  • Bleed Colours into one another
  • Layering
  • Pullin the colours
  • Scumbling
  • Lifting the colour
  • Using salt for texture
  • Using sponge
  • Negative painting
  • Using tapes