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multicolor backgrounds part 1 by dragonflywatercolors multicolor backgrounds part 1 by dragonflywatercolors
"Watercolor tutorial "

Creating a multicolor Background part one

My first tutorial show a way to create a lot of small Backgrounds in one step.
I do this for myself two weeks ago the first time and found it very nice to create a lot of small and complett different paintings.
It shows how you get from one large sheet of paper 24 small cards ore more .
Oh ! I forgott to explain for what the Watercolorpencil (magenta and Blue )are !
I rubbing them over the emery paper and they give little spots of color when they fall on the wet surface.

Part two [link]

hope you enjoy too .
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Achen089 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2010   Traditional Artist
That's a very interesting tutorial and a brilliant one as well.Thank you! :)
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JannaFairyArt Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Tolle tutorial! Das muss ich auch einmal ausprobieren!
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dragonflywatercolors Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Danke freut mich das es dir gefällt.
Es sieht leider optisch nicht so schön aus . Keine Ahnung wo alle anderen hier ihre Tutorials machen .Ich hab meines in Word geschrieben auch farblich unterlegt mit Rahmen und so weiter aber dann gemerkt das ich es nicht so einfach als jpg umwandeln konnte .schließlich habe ich es in Picture it kopiert bekommen und in jpg umgewandelt aber jetzt sieht leider alles etwas verschwommen aus :-(
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EllaGuru Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2010  Student
What a great idea. I look forward to trying this!
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dragonflywatercolors Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Hi
Thank you very much :hug:

"any suggestions for giving this a glossy appearance during the mixing process? anything I could add?"

Sorry I have no idea.
:-(
A way to add a glimmer shine on "dry watercolor" are to use Modge Podge sparkle from Plaid.
You can apply this with a brush over the dry areas if you want.
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claudiamm37 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2010  Professional General Artist
not only are you a great artist...you are psychic! I was just looking for this technique today....do you have any suggestions for giving this a glossy appearance during the mixing process? anything I could add?
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