Traditional Art Basics Week
This week's chapter of my new journal series "Becoming Watercolorist" was written as a special edition - it is part of the Traditional Art Basics Week at projecteducate (https://www.deviantart.com/projecteducate) In the previous three chapters, you had a chance to read something about WASHES, BASIC WATERCOLOR TEXTURES and PALETTES. The fourth chapter is all about a rather feared and often avoided watercolor technique, WET-ON-WET.
Watercolor painting is mostly done in two ways - applying wet paint onto a dry surface or a pre-wetted surface. Each way has a different impact and result. The main difference is in the shape and character of a painted mark
How long have you been on DeviantArt? almost 3 years
What does your username mean? artisticDesign.ch is my homepage
Describe yourself in three words. curious, introvert, patient
Are you left or right handed? right handed
What was your first deviation?
What is your favourite type of art to create? sometimes digital, sometimes traditional
If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be? figure painting
What was your first favourite? I don't remember
What type of art do you tend to favourite the most? abstract & portraits
Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist? Leonid Afremov & Amytea
If you could meet any