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Quick Art with Watercolor for Beginners Kit

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Hi everyone, Mou here with a tutorial for a quick piece of art using Watercolor for Beginners Kit!

To create this, I used the Watercolor for Beginners Kit, Collapsible water cup and some watercolor paper. You can also use the papers included in the kit.


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Plan a composition for your piece. Lay the floral and leaf and vine stencils to trace the shapes with the PITT pen.


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Dip the paint brush in water and pick up some pigment from the little cake watercolor tray. Apply it to the same elements on the entire piece.

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For color variation or if you are not too comfortable with using paint brushes especially in the smaller areas, you can also use the watercolor pencils from the kit.

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Create variations in the foliage using blues, greens and yellows.


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Start coloring the flowers using orange first or choose any other color, but work with one color at a time.


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Continue coloring the flowers with pink and red.


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You don't have to limit yourself to solid colors. Feel free to experiment with shading and gradations.

If any of the details got lost while coloring, go back in with the stencils and PITT pen to add them after the paints dry.

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Be sure to check out the Watercolor for Beginners Kit which makes it super easy to create elaborate compositions in just a few steps.

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