Fantastic Fruit: Texture & Form
Fantastic Fruit: Texture & Form
Anna Mason
Learn how to paint realistic-looking fruit using versatile watercolor techniques.
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Create lifelike watercolors without a lifetime of practice! Use easy-to-replicate techniques to achieve results you're proud to say you painted.
Anna  Mason
Anna Mason
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Mix the glowing, harmonious watercolors you want, every time. Learn how using fundamental techniques and a limited palette of just six pigments.
Kateri Ewing
Kateri Ewing
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Paint lifelike watercolor portraits of any dog or cat! Capture all the personality of pets with gorgeous washes, realistic details and tremendous textures.
Deb Watson
Deb Watson

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