The other day my daughter said we should get some pumpkins so we could make jack o’lanterns. I admit, this is probably my favorite activity at Halloween. But this year I decided to extend the fun and do some Halloween watercolor paintings ! You can follow along in the step by step tutorials below… And I reckon these paintings will take you less time than to scoop out and carve
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Painting with watercolors is a tricky skill to learn... Yep… I said it. But notice that I used the word “skill”. A skill is something anyone can learn with some good instruction and enough practice. I say this to dispel the idea that certain people are “talented” while others are not. The only thing that differs between a person who knows how to paint and someone who doesn’t is the
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