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Paint These Hibiscus Flowers in Watercolor
Fabio Cembranelli demonstrates, step-by-step, the process he uses
to create his loose and flowing flowers. The Hibiscus are painted on
300 lb Arches watercolor paper
which has been completely submerged in a container of water and stretched onto a wooden surface. The artist writes: Working with the wet Arches paper must be quick, because it dries quickly and removal of pigment to obtain luminosity is very difficult when paint dries completely.
Note: Website is in Portuguese.
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