How to Paint With Chinese Watercolor Techniques

HOW TO PAINT WITH CHINESE WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES

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How do you use Chinese watercolor paint?

Watercolor is a paint made up of finely ground pigments mixed with gum water that later acts as a binder. It is a painting that is based on the use of water. The works, often done on paper, are also called "watercolors."
Chinese ink is an ancient technique that is used to draw mainly in black and white, although there are many colors. There is a lot of work on drawing and brushstroke effects. They are the famous Japanese drawings and paintings of the Sumi-e style, in which the forms are represented with simple strokes.

Enjoy The Video Tutorial about "Chinese painting technique using bamboo brushes and watercolor paints"

Source: Jay Lee Painting

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