In Shuang Li’s “Fearless Waterscapes,” she knows that great paintings with interesting edges need a dress rehearsal. Audition your edges by doing a value study.
Why: Not only will you have a plan for light and darks, but you’ll know where in your painting you’ll want to work wet into wet for soft edges and where you’ll want it dryer. You’ll get a sense of how long you need to wait until you add your marks. It’s a safe place to practice and take out the guesswork of all the kind of edges you want to make in your finished piece.
Learn more great tips and techniques in Shuang Li’s “Fearless Waterscapes.”
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