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A watercolor is the medium or the resulting artwork in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-soluble vehicle. The traditional and most common support for watercolor paintings is paper; other supports include papyrus, bark papers, plastics, vellum or leather, fabric, wood, and canvas. Watercolors are usually transparent, and appear luminous because the pigments are laid down in a relatively pure form with few fillers obscuring the pigment colors.

There’s no doubt, watercolors are probably the most difficult skill for any artist to learn. Frankly, watercolor painting is something you just can’t fake. I remember when I was in third grade when I failed in an art class since I don’t know how to use the water color!  However, the big problem is most books on the subject are filled with lots of beautiful pictures but not enough step-by-step instruction to even get you started.

“Watercolor Made Easy” free download by Herb Olson is the quickest and easiest way to learn to paint with watercolors. Inside this magnificent work you’ll get step-by-step instruction on how to creating vibrant and fresh watercolor paintings. You’ll also find pages and pages of detailed illustrations that clearly demonstrate these “secret” watercolor techniques. It’s like having your own private painting instructor! You’ll find that this highly informative guide has absolutely everything you’ll need to not only get started, but to be well on your way to creating glorious original watercolors! I absolutely believe that this download is one thing you can be proud of buying since it will really help you achieve what you’ve always wanted.

The work is divided up into 16 comprehensive sections:

Section 1: Materials

  • What you need to know about choosing paper
  • How to choose the essential elements of your artist’s toolbox – you can even find some of these things laying around the house!
  • The one common household item that will show you how your finished painting will look on the wall – before you’re even complete!

Section 2: Palette

  • How to organize your palette
  • How to avoid the biggest mistake beginners make – one that can cause serious trouble!

Section 3: Composition

  • How to establish a horizon line
  • How to create your center of interest
  • Using abstractions to pull your picture together

Section 4: Figure

  • The importance of thumbnail sketches
  • The secret to the six-stroke figure
  • Composition and placement

Section 5: Color

  • How to divide pigments for the best results
  • Determining the emotional impact of color
  • Using color to suggest movement
  • The correct way to add reflections

Section 6: Special Effects

  • Using action to paint convincing waterfalls
  • The secrets to fog, rain and reflections
  • How to paint shadows, intense light, haze and smoke
  • The versatility of maskoid

Section 7: Trees

  • Step-by-step demonstration of how to paint thickly wooded areas
  • Determining the direction of light and it’s effect on vegetation
  • How to create tree trunks and branches, knots and bark

Section 8: Landscapes

  • How to work from a pencil sketch
  • Using color to create a Winter mood

Section 9: Windows

  • The 3 secret stages of painting the perfect window
  • Detailed pencil sketches

Section 10: Textures

  • How to achieve the texture of old wood
  • The secrets to painting a realistic stone wall

Section 11: Edges

  • How to create realistic pictures
  • How to avoid the “pasted in” look of sharp edges

Section 12: Interiors

  • How to choose an interesting subject
  • Using abstraction to define the composition

Section 13: Street Scenes

  • Using lighting to make your street scene more interesting

Section 14: Use of Forms

  • Using abstractions as a basis for your compositions
  • Looking for the “big shapes”

Section 15: Seascapes

  • How to paint breaking surf
  • How to use maskoid to create whitecap waves
  • How to create a calm beach scene

Section 16: Planning and Selection

  • A complete step-by-step demonstration of how to work from a photograph to a finished watercolor!

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