Watercolor Wednesday: Wet-on-Wet Technique with Jenna Rainey

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Jenna Rainey demonstrates a wet-on-wet technique with a Princeton Heritage Series 4050 round brush.

“Wet on wet technique in ACTION. Just lay down some water or a light wash of color allllll over your paper, then punch in some thicker, darker colors to watch the pigment burst! This technique is the best and this is such a basic but fun exercise to do if you’re new to watercolor!”

Wet on wet technique in ACTION 💪🏻🙌🏻. Just lay down some water or a light wash of color allllll over your paper, then punch in some thicker, darker colors to watch the Pigment burst! This technique is the best and this is such a basic but fun exercise to do if you’re new to watercolor! This is going to be the first layer of a painting I’m (hopefully) finishing tomorrow. But for now, this. And grocery shopping to buy all the new foods cause I’m doing a liver cleanse for my auto immune diseases! Woo! May not sound fun, but I actually really like grocery shopping. Gives my mind a break 💆🏻#monvoir #watercolor #watercolors #watercolour #watercolorvideo #watercolorpainting #art #artwork #aquarelle #paint #painting

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