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Just for fun, this project is to celebrate some of the little cheats you can use when watercolour painting. I have in the past used it in more controlled areas to achieve the crushed petal effect. If you practice this technique, you can get results that will amaze you.

I love it, it's fun and delicate and unpredictable but addictive. The technique is looser but the results can be quite perfect, play and enjoy; the best tip when using this method is not to rush it and don't be tempted to peak at the result until it is totally dry. take time out to play, life is precious and play makes you happy. Billy x

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