Watercolor Letters



I painted this using the wet on wet technique. You basically take your watered bush and draw your letters. Then you dip the brush in paint and tap the inside of the letter and let the paint fall where it will. It will adhere to the wet area. Aside from being fun to watch, lettering comes out so beautiful.  I did blend the colors here and there a little bit. The letters don’t look too bad-well the i needs work. The key is to use just enough water. No worries it takes practice.

Here’s another Hi. This time I added a big blob of paint in the middle of the h and this time I used liquid paint. No blending needed


I also love the thank you. Very cool! The more you practice the better chance you have of doing a great job. I know the baseline to these words is not straight but I love how the words fit together.

If you love what I did here then just wait till you see what I do with a metallic crayon and watercolor. Oh yeah!

-there are no impossibilities



Published by Mireya

I have all these stories and use color, texture and nature to bring them to life. My favorite supplies are watercolor, acrylic, and fun tools. I just want to create.