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  • Teddy Nadell

    It really depends upon the cocktail you are drinking while painting.

  • Someone Actually

    Ha I meant will something like rubbing alcohol do the same thing?

  • Teddy Nadell

    I have tried the salt, candles, crayons, and sand paper but not the alcohol. I don't see why rubbing alcohol would not work though if you are working wet into wet.

  • Someone Actually

    Ok cool thanks :-)

  • Lori Wahnbaeck

    Rubbing alcohol works wonders! I use it all the time!

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The Painted Prism: 5 WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES for TREES....have always wanted to be able to paint a tree

The Painted Prism: 5 WATERCOLOR TECHNIQUES for TREES

What makes this work, besides the tight color relationship in the blues, is the outlining of the multiple layers. This could be a handsome project for very young children if you control the palette when they create the papers.

The Painted Prism: WATERCOLOR WORKSHOP: Painting Red Poppies

watercolor techniques practice- salt and liftoff. you could do blue or purple. I really like it.

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