These πŸ‘†πŸΌπŸ‘ˆπŸΌ Tutorials Will Help You Learn πŸ™πŸΌ How to Use Watercolors 🎨 ...

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Watercolor is enjoying a resurgence among the younger art aspirants.

You probably follow one or two watercolor artists on Instagram, Facebook, or Etsy.

If you've always wondered if you could do what they do, we are here to answer β€œyes.” Yes, you can learn watercolor on your own.

And yes, it really is as fun as you imagined.

To start your art journey, let's take a look at the following DIY watercolor tutorials.

1. Basic Exercises

Basic Exercises

This wonderful watercolor tutorial gives you several simple exercises.

What's great about these exercises is that you will learn the basic techniques without the pressure of not knowing drawing.

Lack of drawing skills is likely one of the reasons you have not thought about doing watercolors.

But don't worry about that;

you can start learning the medium by painting patterns first.

Source: surelysimple.com

2. Go Fruity

Go Fruity

Here is a watercolor tutorial that showcases something trendy: pineapples!

This fun tutorial also covers a fun and simple technique that any beginner would love.

We're referring to using a substance that prevents paint from sticking to the paper.

This tutorial uses white crayon but masking fluid is recommended, too.

Source: growcreativeblog.com

3. Autumn Tree

Autumn Tree

Trees and foliage in general are fun to paint when you're just starting with watercolors.

For this exercise, you will be learning to paint a tree with lovely autumn leaves.

As soon as you become an expert at this, you will be able to create watercolor art perfect for Thanksgiving this year.

Source: ehow.com

4. Starry Sky

Starry Sky

Constellations are pretty popular watercolor pieces, especially among the young crafty crowd.

If you've been wanting to know how to make starry sky artwork, this fun exercise is for you.

Making a watercolor constellation piece covers at least three techniques.2

The most important part is splattering.

This is what you do to make the stars.

For a more precise placement of stars, white gel pen is also fun to use.

Source: inkstruck.com

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