Watercolour painting can be done with great spontaineity or painstaking care. The colours are applied in translucent layers that seem to flow from within as the light reflects off the paper and passes back through the colours themselves.
The working procesure for watercolour paints is always from light to dark, the lightest being the area of the paper that is left unpainted. In contrast to opaque painting methods, there is little opportunity for corrections here.
With quality watercolour papers such as Arches,Saunders Waterford, Fabriano, Two Rivers and Bockingford the pigments do not penetrate into the paper, but adhere to the fibers on the surface. Good results are thus dependent not only on good colours, but also on the quality of the paper.
Schmincke Horadam artist watercolours have a high load of pigment and Schmincke only use the best pigments for all their paints.Painting in watercolours is such a skill and it is a pleasure to use the...
Schmincke Horadam water colours have a high pigment content and are artists' quality.For Schmincke watercolour mediums i.e. gum arabic, masking fluid etc click on the Painting Mediums, then Schmincke...
Schmincke Horadam water colours have a high pigment content and are artists' quality. There are 110 colours in the Schmincke Horadam range, 69 use single pigments making the colour mixing a smoother p...