Are you interested in the world of art? What are you waiting for? There is no better time than now when it comes to investing in your hobbies! Why should you get involved with your artsy side? Well, I’ll tell you why!
Help manage stress
Art can help manage your stress! This is a way you can take time for yourself and relax. Calm your mind, get absorbed in your craft and melt your worries away.
This is so therapeutic. You can get out your inner thoughts in the way you want to and tell your story through your art. You can put all of your negative energy and emotions and turn it into something positive!
There are no limits. You do whatever you want! You can experiment with your art and use your imagination. The possibilities are endless!
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Mixing, blurring and darkening colors to get that perfect shade
Dabbing and splashing
Wet-on-dry and wet-on-wet painting
Painting animals, flowers and landscapes
Find creative inspiration and immediately translate it into your artwork
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What is watercolor and what materials do you need?
Painting with light
Stretch paper and mix colors
Wet-in-wet and wet-on-dry painting
Thinking in surfaces: the composition
Creating depth and shadow
Glazing: what and how?
Combinations of watercolor paint and materials such as charcoal, salt or ink