Good morning (or afternoon wherever you are)! This is something I finished last night which took me 4 days to complete. It was the first time since I started with watercolors that I forced myself to go slowly. When I came home from work I advanced it for about an hour and then left it to be continued the next day. It was hard for me, but I think that the result was well worth it. I have been watching a lot of YouTube watercolor tutorials in order to improve and continue with the process of discovering my style. The YouTube channels I have been frequently visiting are included here at the right ------------> (just scroll down a bit to get to the "Sites & YouTube Channels I Frequently Visit" section. I admire all of these artists and illustrators so much and am SO grateful that they do what they do to help us learn and get inspired. Thanks for the visit and I hope you come by soon!
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10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting with Watercolors
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Guide to Shading Techniques: Hatching, Cross-Hatching, Scribbling and Others
How to Effectively Use Other Artists' Work as Inspiration and a Great Method to Start Developing Your Own Artistic Style
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