How to Blend Watercolor Wet On Wet Technique

How to Blend Watercolor Wet On Wet Technique

Wet on wet watercolor landscape | Boat on riverside mud area painting

This tutorial is designed for beginners.

Quick Watercolor Painting Tips for Beginners.

There is no way you can perfect the wet in wet watercolour.

You want to try to paint something but the results will be different.

Sometimes wet-on-wet effects will be creating a stunning painting.

There is no end to exploring watercolour painting.

You will get different kind of results in each painting and it is really hard to get the same effect again and again.

In this tutorial, I’m taking a boat landscape scene as an example.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 1: Wet the watercolour paper with a light cobalt blue shade, try to paint like clouds.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 2: Apply the water in the remaining areas, don’t try to mix with the exciting shade.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 3: Paint your desired shade for the cloud depths, I’m using ivory black.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 4: Apply a light background colour for long-distance items.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 5: Apply dark shades when the objects near you.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 6: Paint more colour wait for few seconds then paint with a light colour, it will create a smudged effect.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 7: Try to paint as simple brush strokes as possible.

Blend Watercolor, Wet On Wet, Painting Tips

Step 8: Paint the details and add the depth here and there.

Watercolor is designed to blend automatically without any effort from our side.

Check this video watercolor tutorial for easy understanding.

Hope you like this watercolor tutorial

Newsletter Signup

Subscribe to our weekly newsletter below and never miss the latest product or an exclusive offer.

Leave a Reply