you can do it! just keep experimenting. try this, soak the paper down with water. get it really wet and let dry over night. the water color paper will get super tight, like a drum! then you can paint on it. its a different feel but you can do some great things when it's that way.
also, different effects of color with watercolor paint can be done with different percentages of wet area. 100% wet will make the painting bleed in a feather effect, where 10% much much much less.
last, try to paint, then let it dry and come back to it later, or use a blow dryer to speed the drying up. thats how pros work. watercolor can be painting it all in one shot or in layers, steps. letting the color dry 100% before working on top of it.
thank you very much for the tip
i dont reallly consider that a master piece so i dont blame you for giving me a 5
but yea im just experimenting and its hard to try to make it look good when i have my floor as a work space and brushes that used to be make-up brushes ^_^''
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