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Enhance Color Relationships with a Midtone Watercolor Painting

Enhance Color Relationships with a Midtone Watercolor Painting


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Judi Betts was paying attention when she watched Millard Sheets demonstrate one of his watercolor techniques on how to section off the surface and invent color chords—color relationships—to make an underpainting that provided texture, shape and value. This visual collage, topped with complementary midtones, added mystery and established rhythm, making the painting itself richer.

Enjoy this gallery of her midtone watercolor paintings below, read more about the process and find some watercolor painting ideas of your own in the August 2014 issue of Watercolor Artist, available now at northlightshop.com and on newsstands June 17.

Learn more about color relationships in the August 2014 issue of Watercolor Artist.


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