|FARP: Watercolor Technique - a brief illustrated, instructional overview of the techniques of watercolour painting, covering the supplies needed, the the wash, opaque, erasing and tinting techniques, miscellaneous hints and more|
14-August-2001 - 03:06:01|
and I 'll visit u again !.....
Randy 19-January-2002 - 12:03:05
Good Job and lots more good info from everyone, I look forward to beginning
David Mathers 16-April-2002 - 08:41:02
The best watercolor help i have had. I am a disabled person and painting and computers or my only thing i can do. Thankyou
Frank Sampson 23-April-2002 - 13:33:50
I am very interested in learning how to use water color. I am very artistic person and am trying to expand my artistic abilities.
Dalvidor Sally 27-March-2003 - 02:14:39
Your lesson is a fantastic,strait forward approach for the begginer and
yolanda 07-June-2003 - 16:25:30
this is a wonderful site!!! it is very nice from you to provide us some of your beautiful knowledge about painting.
Mona lisa 15-July-2003 - 23:07:45
Barbara Nichols 15-June-2004 - 16:59:31
I found this article to be very beneficial in my attempt to begin again in watercolors.
Danny 22-May-2005 - 09:38:07
And the man becomes a child again. I was transported (literally) back to my childhood days when i was asking myself about color - why are there many colors?, if i add 2 or more colors diff colors the result is a new one, why? why?
ashleigh 13-February-2006 - 20:55:29
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Rinoy Angel 26-May-10 - 04:58:24
informative.helpful. well demonstrated.
Cammie 15-August-11 - 20:27:31
A rolling stone is worth two in the bush, thkans to this article.
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