Watercolour Wet-in-Wet Bottles




Painting bottles wet-in-wet in watercolour has got to be the funnest thing to paint. It really is just a process of a wet background, wait for the shine to leave the paper and then tap your brush dry, pick up fresh paint with just enough
water to load your brush (IE more paint - less water) and paint some bottle shapes,
overlap and leave some odd white shapes for labels!

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