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Tear pieces of this bright tissue and drop them onto wet watercolor paper; the color leaves the tissue and stains the paper. The colors are really brilliant so it is an easy way to get a beautiful background. Usually you draw something first, block it with masking fluid, then start the tissue. After the tissue part is dry, you use watercolors to paint what you blocked.
- Set tube watercolors or a tube of red, yellow, and blue
- Brushes - Round - one large (size # 12 or 14) and one small (any size such as # 3)
- Pencil and eraser
- Palette for watercolors
- Mist bottle for water
- Masking fluid
- Paper towels
Teacher will sell paper -- $5 -- Arches French cold pressed paper - 22 X 30 sheet which can be torn into 2, 4, or more pieces and brilliant tissue papers -- $3
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