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by John ulman
(Woodbridge new jersey USA )

Wet on wet multi colors of say blue and hand squeeze a paper tissue and push it into the wet paint , try different lengths of time it stay attached. Short time applied less paint absorbed more time more paint absorbed and removed. It also can be rolled into a ball to develop different effects.
Once you like the results go back with clear clean water on a clean brush and soften the hard edges if you want.

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Oct 21, 2010

That's a great way to paint clouds, but depending on the surface that you are using, other techniques might work better. Using a wet surface, and allowing it to lose its shine, you can paint around the clouds for soft edges without having to go back to soften them.

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