The washable marks are of course convenient for children to ensure that the furniture and walls are kept marked-free.
But even adults can create wonderful artwork using washable marks.
By using washable marks from any brand, such as Crayola, brushes, and a little bit of water, the colors of the marks are mixed evenly, giving any artwork a sense of "paint.
Stick a piece of paper to the drawing board or table.
This will ensure that your paper will not move when you mark the drawing with washable.
You can also draw directly in the drawing tablet as it will keep your paper safe.
Use any color to draw the picture you imagine.
If you just want to learn how to mix at this point, it doesn't matter to draw simple lines from thick to small.
Decide the drawing area you want to mix.
You can mix each color evenly together, so it's entirely up to you to decide.
Dip your paint brush into the water and wring out the excess water.
You don't want the paint brush to get wet, so it just needs to be wet.
Apply the color you want to mix with the fast up motion and the tip of the brush.
When you do this, you will notice that the marked colors start to mix evenly and look more like watercolors.
That's what you're looking.
When mixing new and different colors, rinse your brush and repeat the steps above.
If you mix dark and then light, you need to rinse--
Otherwise, your light color will become dim and ugly.