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  1. #31
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    that's a great little wet on wet watercolor John. How many weeks total? This must be about the fourth week?

    SOS great tips also. I love that little tree too it's a beauty... really great realistic looking watercolor for being a quick demo. love to see the full version of that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vapsman88 View Post
    Thanks for that on Select Layer Content. I haven't used that yet but a great idea.

    No problem


    Quote Originally Posted by gzairborne View Post
    SOS great tips also. I love that little tree too it's a beauty... really great realistic looking watercolor for being a quick demo. love to see the full version of that one.

    Thanks Albert,
    What you see there, is pretty much it, but I posted the full scale version in my gallery for you to check out (LINK).
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    I also like the Tree study you created. Thanks for posting the full size image.
    I especially like the reflected light on the left side.

    ~John

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    I saw you added it in the gallery. Turned out very pretty and very watercolor G.

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    I wash trying to do some experiments with Watercolor Washes by using color samples based on the Winsor and Newton Watercolor set and vary the saturation by adjusting the thinners.


    ~John
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    beautiful washes John.

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    Thread resurrection!

    Has anyone found some alternatives to this original Artrage class? In my stupidity, I somehow thought this class might have been offered again later on, after this January that just passed. Clearly, that's not been the case. One of my issues with Artrage has been that it's just not as much a "part of the art community" as other programs, like Corel. As such, I'm having a really difficult time finding tutorials/online classes/youtube videos/etc the way I can with other programs.

    I find the watercolors easy to use on a simple level, but am wanting to achieve more complex affects-- water bleeding/pigment fanning out, some simple granulation/pigment buildup in the grain of the paper, etc. etc. I've found some really helpful posts on this forum, but only a few, as it seems more people are using Artrage for Oils versus Watercolors.

    Does anyone know where I can find more educational material on Artrage for Watercolors? I just feel like I'm probably not using the program to its full potential, but there's no way to really figure out what to do, as there are no tutorials or classes or educational materials anywhere. Ugh!! Very frustrating, as I love the program.

    Thanks!

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    Steven someonesane has made a great watercolour tutorial on you tube
    http://youtu.be/AsgwbHMaqjY check it out

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