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Muddy Watercolor? It is good though!

October 13, 2011

When somebody starts watercolor it is almost obvious that he or she can get a muddy effect due to use of too many colors and over usage of brush. But sometimes it can create an amazing watercolor or rather a watercolor texture. Here I have deliberately achieved muddy effect on a small illustration. If you notice carefully, you can find that in different part a particular tint is dominating: for example for skin a yellow-orange tint that prevails. similarly the nose has the basic tint of red. but over all many colors are smudged into a muddy look. see the painting below.

Painting a character with muddy watercolor effect


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