Use a large watercolour brush and fill it with LOTS of colour (be sure you have prepared enough of the colour to last the whole paper,because there will not be enough time to mix new colour, PLUS you may get a different blend than before.) And when you paint you also have to tilt the paper to make the water want to stay at the bottom with each stroke of the brush. Do not go up further with the brush!! Stay in the "watery" bottom -line with each brushstroke! This is very important, otherwise you will get lines in the colour when it dries! The excess colour at the bottom you remove by dipping very carefully the TIP of a dried watercolour -brush (you can wipe it off on a cloth or a piece of paper). The brush suck the water right in. If you don´t
remove the excess water/colour it will bounce up in the glaze above during dryingtime and
make patterns that we don´t want. Keep tilting the paper until it is dry.
It will go on mixing nicely during drying time. So don´t worry.
But DON´T TOUCH!
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