When it comes to watercolour pencils it is much better to use fewer layers of colour because heavy layering can lead to a sludgy buildup. More often than not pencil marks will remain on your work after you’ve applied water. These marks can be helpful for adding texture to your work and is a defining feature that separates it from watercolour paints. Additionally, pencils will dry quicker than watercolour paints which means you have to work at a faster pace. Check out these tutorials and our watercolour pencils guide!
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