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How to correct watercolour mistakes

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Mistakes WILL happen. That’s inevitable.
But, even though you’re using watercolour,  it DOESN’T mean you need to panic.
If you follow my 2 golden rules, you’re FAR more likely to have a stress-free, FUN, painting experience:
I hope this helps you stay calm when you paint!
Anna x

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I’m a beginner and I just love all of your helpful tips. Thank you!

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Dear Anna
so helpful thank you love it to listen to you wunderful english… i am from Switzerland have a wunderful X Mas
Stephanie

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Thanks Stephanie!

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Thanks Anna! Great ideas!

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Thank you sincerely!

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Patricia St Martin
22nd December 2016 6:26 pm

That was so helpful. Thank you for doing the video.

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Dear Anna,
Thank you for all your tips. Have you tried the magic sponge from SAA. They even remove staining paints of high density.
Good luck and compliments of this seasonal time of year.

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Ooh I’ll have to look that up, thanks Bob.

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Thanks Anna! great advice. Carmen x

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Thankyou for posting it all helps x

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You have such a nice demeanor and a wonderful way of explaining things! I have also learned so much from your book. And I think your paintings are beautiful!

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Judy Giannettino
23rd December 2016 1:05 am

Love your paintings. Thank you for all of your tips!

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Thank for all your tips on water colouers your free classes are so good love your work happy Christmas and new year xx

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Another product that’s helpful is the magic eraser available in the supermarket cleaning isle it’s a small foam block that is slightly abrasive it contains no chemicals , always take care not to scrub too hard it needs to be wet then the water squeezed out works well with stubborn colors ,i don’t keep rubbing and just gently blot,if i need to do it again i let the paper dry completely thanks for the tip Anna

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Thanks Maria. I have tried a magic easer and didn’t find it to be much more effective on paper than the kitchen towel. But it was good for cleaning my old enamel palette. Thanks for reminding me.

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Gurpreet Singh
5th January 2017 11:51 am

Hlo Anna
I am from India. I saw your video and I preferred this very very much.I am a small 14 years child but I am biggest fan of your paintings I have also saw your another painting videos,these were really woooooow!!!

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Thank you for the tips. I just bought your book and it is amazing.

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Fantastic as always thank you Audrey

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thank you so much for your time,,,much appreciated,,great video

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Thanks Anna, Happy Christmas xx

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Everything you offer is practical, takes a lot of practice and it a joy to try. Thank you ever so much for your insights.

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Thanks Maureen! Happy painting in 2017!

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Thank you Anna great advice,happy xmas,

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Happy new year Samir

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Hi you are very sweet,thank you and happy xmas and new year,

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Thank you Anna , wish you a Merry Christmas and great 2017 !

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You too Usha!

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When will your next book be done.. I have so enjoyed the Modern flower painter
Jullane Rich

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Thanks! This year I’ll be working on it Jullane and if all goes well it should be on sale before the end of the year,

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Great idea
Thank you

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I love your water color style and work. Thanks for all your tips.

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