Creating Your Own Inspiration
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30/05/2016 10:06

Tips! Watercolor Wherever You Go

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On this #MemorialDayWeekend, and any summer weekend when you’re traveling, you can sketch and watercolor wherever you go with these great tips from Cathy Johnson. Watch the video above to learn how to customize a travel watercolor palette that’s just right for you. For more tips from Cathy, read this Sketchbook Skool blog post. Haven’t learned how to watercolor yet? We’ve got two great SBS klasses for you–Beginning, which gives you all the basics of sketching and watercoloring, and Expressing, a klass that will show you how to take your creativity and put it on the page to make beautiful art. Enroll today!

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