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Watercolour is known as one of the most versatile painting mediums. It can give you wild, loose, free style paintings - or detailed, realistic paintings, depending on how you use it.

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3.Watercolour paint in solid form.
7.A method of painting using pigments suspended in water.
8.When your fresh brush stroke hits a damp area it bleed together, like fractals. This can totally screw up what you are intending to do, unless you do it on purpose..
9.A brush used to apply paint.
11.A wash that smoothly changes in value from dark to light.
13.Paint that shows the surface of the paper or paint underneath it.
17.Putting paint on your brush, then wiping most of it off until it is almost dry, then painting on a dry surface.
18.Lighter lb. papers need to be "stretched" to keep them from buckling. You can do this by wetting your paper, then tacking it to a board until it is dry.
20.A painting in which the subject is of a person's face.
22.The technique of painting wet color into a wet surface
23.A material that changes the color of light it reflects.
24.Painting technique using white and opaque colors.
1.Any area of a painting where a wash of single colour and value is painted in a series of multiple, overlapping strokes following the flow of the paint making the area one solid colour.
2.Low intensity of a specific colour, making that colour look dull.
4.The paper is pressed with heat to make it very smooth. Best for when more detail is needed.
5.A painting in which the subject matter is natural scenery.
6.This paper is quite rough after being pressed. Artists can achieve a more uneven, grainy look to their paintings.
10.The techniques used to apply paint to paper.
12.High intensity of a specific colour.
14.Packaged watercolour paint.
15.1) The surface used for mixing and storing paint. 2) The selection of colors an artist chooses to work with.
16.The technique of painting wet colour onto dry paper and/or dry paint.
19.A dense paint that obscures or totally hides the underpainting in any given artwork.
21.Using an absorbent material such as paper towels, or a sponge, to lighten large areas or pick out fine details.

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