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Bleeding Hearts

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A watercolor painting tutorial from Cindy!
Learn how to use a certain technique to paint colorful hearts with ease!

The tutorial includes Cindy's hand-painted template!
In this lesson, the super popular watercolor artist Cindy
carefully demonstrates how to paint a darling painting full of hearts.

In this lesson, learn one of the most important techniques in watercolor painting: wet on wet watercolor.

With the wet on wet technique, you paint a single area with two colors.

When you haven't properly mastered this technique, the two colors can blend together too much and create a muddy shade, or the shades might not come together well and fail to create an ombre effect.

This tutorial carefully explains how to create hearts
using the basic wet on wet watercolor technique.

In addition, the video includes instructions on

◆How to transfer the design blueprint without damaging the watercolor paper
◆How to fix color that has bled too much
◆How to blur multiple colors together
◆The order and placement of colors that will create the best gradient effect

and many other tips and techniques that are crucial for the watercolor beginner.

Even if you're a watercolor beginner, once you master the wet on wet technique, you'll immediately expand the range of paintings you can create.

This lesson includes Cindy's original template that you can print and use, so practice with it as many times as you want!

You can also change the size of the design to frame in your room or paint on a postcard.

"I can't really draw, but want to try watercolors..."
"I haven't painted since I was a child..."

Don't let such worries stop you from experiencing the mesmerizing beauty of blending watercolors as you paint this simple heart motif.

Paint this colorful heart design and master a fundamental watercolor technique at the same time!
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