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Gouache painting techniques

Discover innovative and exciting gouache painting techniques that will take your artwork to the next level. Enhance your skills and create beautiful masterpieces with these expert tips and tricks.
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It’s no secret that gouache is my favorite medium to paint with, but you may be wondering what it is and how you can get started with gouache painting. In this post, I’ll share the magic of gouache with you so you can feel confident in trying this medium out for yourself.

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One of the biggest challenges that gouache beginners face is getting the paint consistency right. In this tutorial, I’m going to walk you through the “Tea to Butter” method which will help you get comfortable with the different paint consistencies of gouache.

Natalie Brennan
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This week, I’m covering gouache application basics - how to be successful with gouache right out of the gate. Luckily, gouache (pronounced “gwash”) is a very intuitive medium. There’s barely any learning curve at all. It’s similar to watercolors, in that its water based - meaning you can rewet the

Gershia Rothman
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I have a very minimalist approach to art supplies, which is why I love gouache. It’s portable, easy to use, and doesn’t make a mess. The only complication with gouache is deciding which shades to purchase. If you use many tubes of paint, it becomes less portable and takes up more space on your deskt

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