How to Paint a Wet-on-Wet Watercolor Washes, art by Jody Bergsma (http://www.Bergsma.com) To find more painting techniques visit her blog at (http://www.bergsma.tv/) Filming and editing by Rockenbach Productions (http://Cymaticsart.blogspot.com). Soundtrack by Dark Arps (http://soundcloud.com/dark-arps) and Lawrence (http://www.myspace.com/law...
Make your own beach scene painting with help from the skillful Lucy @Craftberrybush! Learnthe wet-on-wet technique that makes this watercolor painting look just like real water and sand: http://www.ehow.com/how_8421324_paint-beach-scene.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
Waterproofing basement walls go on like paint fill the pores in the concrete or masonry walls and prevent water from leaking in. To be effective, these coatings must be applied to bare concrete or masonry walls. Start by removing loose material with a wire brush. Then clean off
Water Cycle Craft - no instructions, but pretty easy to figure out what to do and mostly straight-cutting except for the sun which is pretty easy to make or find elsewhere. These would be fun to make for the WOW journey.