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Painting a watercolor sunset is an easy beginner's exercise as it doesn't contain too many drawn-in details. You can create a beautiful, multi-hued wash that mimics the vibrant colors of a sunset with just a few colors. It can also be adapted into a more advanced exercise by adding more detail to the foreground. Learn how to paint this here: http://www.ehow.com/how_2383523_paint-sunset-watercolors.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage

How to Paint a Sunset With Watercolors

Basically anything from ice cream green - Tiffany blue and anything in between but Aqua/turquoise is a safe bet for a color. Any shade bright or light...there will be something similar and blend able for either gender.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Basically anything from ice cream green - Tiffany blue and anything in between but Aqua/turquoise is a safe bet for a color. Any shade bright or light.there will be something similar and blend able for either gender.

Such a beautiful and simple tutorial! Learn how to paint a basic leaf using water colors.

How to Paint a Basic Leaf with Watercolors

How to paint a basic leaf with watercolors - couldn& be easier! Paint like a pro with this SUPER simple tutorial.

Homemade Water Color Paints: What you'll need Baking soda Vinegar Cornstarch Corn syrup Spouted mixing bowl Measuring cups Whisk Food coloring Ice cube tray

Homemade Water Color Paints: What you'll need Baking soda Vinegar Cornstarch Corn syrup Spouted mixing bowl Measuring cups Whisk Food coloring Ice cube tray<<<< This will serouesly help me.

paint made w baking soda & food colouring

Easy Homemade Watercolors

Make your own watercolor cakes using only two ingredients from your pantry. These watercolors are so easy to make, and they last for months! Baking soda, food coloring, water, and an ice tray to make it in

The many uses for waterbrush; how to use them with different mediums.  This is quite a guide from jetpens

The waterbrush tip size determines how much water is dispensed with each brush stroke. Fine brushes release less water per stroke and are good for detail work while large brushes are suited for covering larger areas.

Cornstarch, water, color.  Simple!

Cornstarch, water, colour creates an easy way to enhance the water in your water table! The kids can mix the colours and see what other colours they can make.

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