I am totally awkward with regards to art. At the point when I was a child and my family used to play Pictionary, nobody needed me in their group since I was unable to try and draw a conspicuous stick figure. Last time I attempted hand lettering finished with tears. My latest endeavor at “art” (women’s paint night) finished similarly as gravely – we were all chuckling so hard I cried. I can art, and I can sew, yet drawing or painting is truly out of my customary range of familiarity.
So when I found that you can “cheat” a pretty watercolor foundation utilizing markers and water, I was quickly charmed. This system is simple enough for both kids and complete craftsmanship incompetents like me! Pair the miscreant watercolor procedure with some printable statements, and you have an extremely basic undertaking that yields extremely wonderful outcomes.
WATERCOLOR WITH MARKERS TECHNIQUE
This con artist watercolor procedure is extremely simple. You start with a printed quote and some good old Crayola markers:
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