This is the another installment of an ongoing feature called AquaTips. Members of the club are encouraged to submit tips and techniques they discovered or use to create and enjoy watercolors. Just send a note to the club with "Tip" in the subject line and we will put it into our AquaTips collection. Come together watercolorists, and share the treasure that is our knowledge!
This is a community AquaTip. DeviantArt members responded to a question with their knowledge and expertise. You can still contribute by responding to the journal, but no more entries will be added to the actual journal.
Some artists do prep work on their watercolor paper before they paint on it. It is done to stop the buckling or wavyness of the paper as you add water. There are many different ways to do this, depending on what works for the artist.
Question: What techniques do you use to prepare or stretch watercolor paper for painting?
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