Experimental Landscape Techniques In Watercolour

This clip is the latest lesson from my painting class.  It includes a number of  experimental watercolour techniques.  It’s been liberating to try some new ways of applying paint besides the conventional brush method.  I was finding some of the shapes I was making particularly my shape for evergreen trees was too forced.   So when I was presented with other ways of creating shapes I was thrilled.  I ‘m finding that some of my shapes are becoming more organic.  Another aspect of working with experimental techniques is that very quickly you look to come up with your own techniques to represent in an original way your subject matter.

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Part 2 of this demonstration is available at this link.

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