In this simple and easy, step-by-step guide to using watercolor pencils, you can make koi fish seem to float on your page, as if you are looking down upon them in a beautiful Chinese pond.
The article (click above link to read the whole thing) takes you through the materials you need to do this project and even estimates the amount of time it will take you to do it. Towards the end of the guide, it even tells you to take your wet brush and get pigment directly from the pencil. After you've finished it, you'll have picked up techniques that will help you with your next watercolor pencil projects.
Should you need any watercolor pencils, paper or brushes to complete this project, please make an art supply order with us at this link.
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