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If you ever tried to work on a still-not-dried washout, then you came across the phenomenon of drip. New paint seeped into the old, creating strange blots with hard, jagged edges; some artists call such blots cauliflower - it is clear why. Typically, drips cause anxiety and despair, because you have to abandon the entire picture or at least erase this part of the picture with a sponge and start again.
And yet, a very important part of watercolor work is to learn how to use random watercolor effects. Watercolor - unpredictable paint. Some artists create such streams intentionally or simply allow them to happen, and then leave them because they improve the picture. The effects created by the drips are different from those obtained in more traditional ways, and strange forms often make you think. For example, a drip in the sky often resembles a cloud, which is likely to be different from what you intended, but the cloud in the foreground can add additional interest to the picture. In a flower arrangement, drips are especially useful, as they often resemble the shape of petals and flowers.
Drops cannot be controlled with a high degree of accuracy, but you should not rely on chance. You can make streaks at will if you use a paint that is more diluted with water than the original paint (but you can not use the effect of thick paint on liquid). You can tilt the subframe, as if working wet on wet, and then use a hairdryer to “stop” the drip when you are satisfied with the effect achieved. However, do not forget that painting wet on wet continues to move as it dries.
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