Harry Anderson’s Technique (Illustrated)

by Matthew Innis |

Here are my first attempts at allowing the brush to do the blending of two values for me. The watercolor paper I was using was heavyweight and rather rough, similar to what Anderson said he preferred. I ran into difficulties right from the start . . .

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