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Setting Up Your Watercolor Palette

Setting Up Your Watercolor Palette

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How do you set up your palette? There are several ways to do so: You can arrange your paints in groupings of lights and darks or warm and cool colors, or you can create a color wheel so that complementary colors are opposite each other or make your palette look like a rainbow. Choose whatever makes the most sense and works for you.

Find more tips on palette basics by clicking here, and read about the different kinds of watercolor palettes in the June 2010 issue of Watercolor Artist.


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