The biggest problem with painting with watercolors is when you put down masking fluid to protect an area while you do something dangerously messy to the rest of the painting and when you finally remove said masking fluid it tears off bits of the painting. (by the way, NEVER use old masking fluid on large areas of your painting; and if you have to, be VERY careful when removing it)
...this was going to be something for an Ib Art Book until my masking fluid ripped off bits of the painting. >_< (I threw some pink paint onto the ripped areas to make it look almost intentional, but even that came with its own set of problems; paint bleed.)
Luckily I still have some time to get a new painting done for said Art Book, but it is rather annoying that I have to start all over with a new painting.
Materials Used: Fabriano 140lb Coldpress Watercolor Paper, Windsor and Newton Watercolors, Dr. Ph. Martins Concentrated Radiant Watercolors, Pencil, Old Evil Masking Fluid
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