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    Watercolor

    I did some watercolor for a school project a few days ago, and I've found that I quite like it.

    I'm wondering if someone can direct me about what kind of supplies I should get if I want to get more serious about this.
    And is there a difference between the watercolor that comes from tubes and the kind that comes in solid form? I'm curious about gouache as well - any tips/comments on that?

    Thanks

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    http://www.wannalearn.com/Fine_Arts/...g/Watercolors/

    This link points to other instructional watercolor sites. A site with beginner info is:

    http://www.handprint.com/HP/WCL/water.html

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    thanks i'm gonna go through this stuff more in depth when i have more time.

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