#12 – Watercolors
Watercolor is an artwork strategy in which the paints are made of shades suspended in a water-based solution. Watercolor alludes to both the medium and the subsequent fine art. The customary and most regular material to which the paint is used for watercolor artwork is paper. Different watercolor supporting material are bark papers, papyrus, plastics, leather, vellum, wood, fabric and canvas. Watercolor paper is usually made up of cotton, which gives a decent surface and limits twisting when wet. Watercolors are normally translucent, and seem luminous due to the shades are set down in an refined form with couple of fillers covering the color shades.