Hi! It’s Monday! I’m super excited to show you the two most fundamental watercolor techniques in this week’s tutorial: wet-on-wet and wet-on-dry.

I will go through the key difference between the two watercolor methods. I then go straight into painting some very loose peonies to demonstrate when and how I would use the two methods. Of course, you can practise on any flower you want, but I find peonies to be a great flower to start off with for beginners. Happy painting!

Materials I used:
Canson XL Paper 9X12″: https://amzn.to/2IyNOGZ
Koi Watercolor Paint Set: https://amzn.to/3pBhO5K
Recommended Brush Princeton Neptune size 8 for Petals and 0 for stems: https://amzn.to/35Dv3e2

Next week I will show you how to apply the wet-on-wet vs. wet-on-dry methods in other types of flowers. And then I will have some winter and Christmas wreaths with free cliparts to share. Can’t wait!

**Above links may contain affiliate links. By purchasing through the links above, you are supporting this blog. Thank you!