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5. To what degree measure should you tilt your board when performing a wash?6. What is a wash bead?7. Why is it important ...
10. What are the three disadvantages mentioned to using the straight brushstroke technique to    create a wash?   a)   b) ...
14. Describe the appearance of a graded wash.15. How is a thin-line graded wash created?16. When using the wet on wet tech...
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2 watercolor reading questions

  1. 1. Name______________________________ Hour____ Watercolor Reading Assignment Level 3Read the text “Introduction to Watercolor Methods” and answer the following questions.1. What is the most commonly used watercolor technique?2. What three things can affect a watercolor paint’s behavior? a) b) c)3. What other ingredients are in watercolor paints besides pigment?4. How can you make all of your paints behave similarly, regardless of the characteristics you listed in question 2?
  2. 2. 5. To what degree measure should you tilt your board when performing a wash?6. What is a wash bead?7. Why is it important not to leave the wash bead setting too long? What effect might be created?8. What three types of brush strokes are recommended for the creation of a wash? a) b) c)9. When using the straight brushstroke to create a wash, in what direction(s) should you proceed? Why?
  3. 3. 10. What are the three disadvantages mentioned to using the straight brushstroke technique to create a wash? a) b) c)11. What are the advantages to using the scalloped brushstroke technique to create a wash?12. Explain the technique of crossed brushstrokes? How are the strokes laid out?13. What is the most important thing to remember about laying multiple washes?
  4. 4. 14. Describe the appearance of a graded wash.15. How is a thin-line graded wash created?16. When using the wet on wet technique, once you’ve laid down the first wash, do you want the successive applications of paint to be more or less diluted? Why?17. Describe the technique of dry brushing.18. For what areas of the painting would dry brushing be appropriate?

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