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Using texture brushes
An answer I gave someone on the forum. Since I was asked on the topic again a few times, and I dont want to explain or the time here are three things you need to keep in mind when adding texture:
1. Texture density:
If you are texturing a stone 2 miles away or a tree in shadows and texture the hell out of it of course its going to look stupid. You have to remember how dense is the texture of the object for example objects have less texture in shadows when our eyes are under a bright area and looking at a bright area (and vice versa when we are in the shadows, looking at the shadows and there are lighted areas, kind of like an over exposure). Or that texture density decreases as the distance increases.
2. Color of the texture
The value, hue and saturation of the color you are using for the texture needs to be correct and believable otherwise it won’t read correctly. You can use color balance, hue and satura
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Artist's toolbox: Watercolor Equipment
✿ Watercolor Equipment
Watercolor is a painting technique in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-soluble binder. Usually, the result is transparent and appear luminous because the pigments are laid down in a relatively pure form with a few fillers obscuring the pigment color. This medium was never taken as seriously as "high art" techniques such as oil painting and was rather seen as pale and miniaturist, but it's gradually reclaiming it's place as a vehicle for the most beautiful and unexpected artistic expression. Watercolor can be vibrant and large, very vital, spontaneous and leaning a little on luck. All these aspects make watercolor painting a medium with great potential for new discoveries.
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Hints and Tips #1
Hello and welcome to the first instalments of 'Hints & Tips' and
I hope these short and simple Tutorials will help boost and
inspire YOU to learn and create your own works in the many
forms and mediums that you may work in.
SO... The first Hint/Tip is -
FIXING WARPED FINISHED WATERCOLOUR PAINTING
(lumpy or uneven surface)
1- The warped painting
2 - Turn the painting around and cover the back
with plenty of water from corner to corner
3- Place in a large hardback book between blank pages
4- Close the book and place something heavy on it and wait
30 to 50 minutes so that the pages absorb the moisture
5- You open the book and the painting is flat
=to show that it doesn't remove paint, here is the finished piece=
I hope this helps