For those of you who like to experiment and paint with colors, we have put together more than seventy great pictures to trace. Some of them are for beginners, others for advanced. If you feel like putting your creativity to work and trying out new ideas and painting techniques, you’ve come to the right place. Regardless of whether you like drawing with watercolor, oil or acrylic paints, lead, graphite or colored pencils or perhaps pastel crayons, you will find inspiration for your own works. Nevertheless, there is a painting technique that predominates in our picture gallery and namely – painting with watercolors. We also give some practical tips that make painting with watercolors even more enjoyable and simple.
What material do you need for painting with watercolors?
special watercolor paper, individually or as a painting block
high-quality watercolors – twelve colors are completely sufficient for beginners
Proper brushes – Choose brushes with natural animal hair as they absorb more color and water and deliver both evenly
Which motifs can be painted with watercolors?
Almost all motives, but most preferred are landscapes, flowers and trees
For whom is this painting technique suitable?
for experienced painters and beginners, as painting with watercolors is a varied painting technique and at the same time leads quickly to a final product
What should beginners consider when painting with watercolors?
It’s best to start with the wet-on-dry technique
Always paint from light to dark
Clean the brush not only with water, but also with detergent after painting
Always store the watercolor paints behind glass
Always use a sufficiently large worktop
Learning to paint a rose flower
How to draw a tree
Drawing cherries with felt-tip pens and watercolors