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One might reasonably ask, "Why another basic watercolor book in an already packed market?" Simply put, most books fall far short?the beginner's book is perhaps the most difficult to write. Reid has taught more than 10,000 students during his distinguished career and has a unique understanding of how to transmit his knowledge. He neither assumes too much nor condescends. This is among a few such books?Mary Whyte's Watercolor for the Serious Beginner (Watson-Guptill, 1997) is another?that can be highly recommended.
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Excellent supplement to class teachings. Love the min lessons with step by step instructions.Published 2 months ago by elizabeth
Fantastic book for a beginner. Gets into the nuts and bolts of watercolor, but in a fun way. You feel encouraged as the exercises have you learning and producing small artworks at... Read morePublished 7 months ago by UhOhSpaghettiOhs
The basics are important for later improvement. This is all about what you need to know to progress.Published 8 months ago by Julian T
My purchase arrived on time and as described, the instructions are easy to follow and understand, at this point I have only briefly read through the book but I can't wait to really... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Trish
This item came promptly in very good condition as stated. Great illustrations and tips. If you must get a basic book, this is the one.Published 14 months ago by Geri
I found the exercises in the book very effective and would recommend this book for the novice and for those with some experience who want to improve their techniques.Published on July 19 2013 by Mr. Colin H Knight
I like this book. The instructions are detailed, easily understandable and easy to follow. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in learning to paint with watercolors.Published on April 23 2013 by Budding Artist