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 processof 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 (-= more paint - less water) and paint some bottle shapes,
overlap and leave some odd white shapes for labels!

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