This video,, can also be seen at, I have used watercolor as ink in a pinch {when I don’t have the colored calligraphy ink that I need}. but I had never thought to use it to deliberately create a faded/blended effect. To create watercolor calligraphy, all you need is a pan of watercolors, a pen, and any brush.I love sketching with ink and watercolor and want to share a few of my favorite tools with you. I typically prefer waterproof pens, as they don’t smudge (like a pencil) and I can apply watercolor washes over them without bleeding. Whenever possible, I use refillable pens to avoid adding waste to landfills.It is quite soothing to watch the twilight fade as the solar lights get stronger bringing the terraces into relief. Other events include indigo dyeing, mochi (rice cake) pounding and paper-making..Use smooth strokes as you use the brush to spread the pigment from the watercolor pencils. As you apply the water, mimic the shape and direction of the pencil strokes. This will feel the most like watercolor painting, except that instead of dipping your brush into watercolor paint, you’re using water to spread pigment already on the paper.I am a first time watercolor user and I don’t know much about them, however, these are Colorit to me that means your going to get a good product. I gave it 4 stars only because I would like to be able to see how much ink is left after each use. So I know when to order refill and or I don’t run out of ink half way through coloring.Search the history of over 373 billion web pages on the Internet.Jerry’s Artarama is committed to helping the artist community through the use of our extensive library of "How To" free art lessons on Video. Artist experts and professionals demonstrate, teach, offer tips, techniques and art instructions on video for beginners just starting out, intermediate in training and advanced artists.authentic robert burns documents “A letter written to Rev and Venerable Sir'” (MSS11), “A note” (MSS10) and “The Five Carlins” poem (MSS14) were sampled minimally-destructively from both ink and.Over the years many of you have asked me to create a beginner’s course – walking you through everything I know about watercolor at the most basic of levels. And that’s what this series is all.