The best thing about painting is, besides painting itself, the removal of the painter crepes / tape. Then the white edges come out and it just looks good.
I painted this lavender field with the help of masking fluid. I masked the lavender flowers in the foreground and then created the background with a wet and wet technique. After drying the paper, I removed the masking fluid and painted the flowers. The release of white spots shows special accents in the picture.
I’m using a tip from a Facebook group “watercolor for beginners” the pink ribbon from Tesa.
That is incredibly gentle. And do not fray the delicate watercolor paper.