Paper and Flowmap Rotation

Paper and Flowmap Rotation

By Skip Allen

In this tutorial, you will learn about paper and flowmap rotation, a simple way to add a little more texture to your images. Paper texture and flowmap affect how watercolor paints dry on your page. For example, wet paint will naturally run down a vertical canvas a little bit. Rotating your paper or flowmap will change the direction the paint flows, which can result in a strikingly different texture or effect.

Painter Master Skip Allen shows you:

  • How to rotate paper
  • How to rotate flowmaps
  • How to paint a landscape scene using rotated paper and watercolors

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