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Sunset by Lucky978 Sunset by Lucky978
Bleah...this week has been so long. Haha between working on my Disney acceptance, working on end of semester projects, and a dozen other things I found some time to do a personal piece.
I hope you like :) I'll have a few commissions up in the following days. Keep your eyes open if you are waiting on something.\

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In other words, wow.
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eimearama Jan 10, 2014  Student General Artist
I'm sure you already know, but this is beautiful :) I love colour work like this, so inspiring
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TriquetraDragon Nov 24, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
All I can really say is wow. omfg 
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this is the best drawing i ever seen!! its my favorite drawing in THE WHOLE WORLD! ur amazing!!! are u like in a special art class or something cuz this is SO GOOD!!!! <333
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littleriversong Jun 25, 2013  Student General Artist
How do you manage to keep your watercolors from bleeding together...? They're all so bright... it's lovely, just like all of your work. Great job~
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Lucky978 Jun 25, 2013  Student General Artist
The key is to work in layers :) Wait for one layer to dry, and then go back over it with another color :D That'll keep the colors from bleeding. I tend to work from light to dark. You can always overlay a darker color onto a lighter color, but not visa versa. It's also important to know what colors work well together and can be layered without getting muddy. Steer clear of neutral colors (greys, blacks, browns) until the very end!
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littleriversong Jun 26, 2013  Student General Artist
Ah, I understand. Thank you very much for the tips! I have one more question, though... if you don't mind. ^^ Do you try to use less water when you paint with watercolors? Because I find that, sometimes, even when I let a color dry... if I go back over it with more water for the next color, it just brings the color back to life again... and then it gets muddy. ._.
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Lucky978 Jun 26, 2013  Student General Artist
Not a problem :) Using less water can help, especially if you are using less on the second layer. It also helps to wait a solid chunk of time. Sometimes you can think a layer is dry, and it really isn't completely dry yet. Though, I find that if the colors I am layering work together, it doesn't matter so much if they mix just a little bit.
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