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Watercolour

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a content lesson in the bilingual project

a content lesson in the bilingual project

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  • 1. WATERCOLOUR BILINGUAL PROJECT
  • 2. TOOLS
          • Use good brushes and
          • paper to start your task
  • 3. COLOUR
    • Select a good set of colours to paint your design.
    A selection of a bright balanced palette of warm and cool colours containing pure transparent and semi-transparent organic and inorganic pigments will help you.
  • 4. DIFFERENT BASIC SKILLS
    • FLAT WASH .
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    • This is the first skill to learn.
    • Take some time and learn to paint flat washes. It will be time well served
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  • 5. BASIC SKILLS
    • GRADED WASH
    Learn how to make an evenly graded dark to light wash
  • 6. BASIC SKILLS
    • Glazed Wash 
    • Getting multi-layered jewel tones in a simple composition using the technique of glazing your watercolor washes
  • 7. BASIC SKILLS
    • Wet-in-wet Technique
    • An exciting exercise in the free flowing possibilities of watercolor. Practice often, it's fun .
  • 8. BASIC SKILLS
    • Dry Brush Technique
    • Proper brush handling and paint consistency is needed in this easily learned watercolour technique