3 weeks ago 3 weeks agoMe, rainy day, watercolor, 2020 by Quinn Wall 14578views how to paint a rainy day, how to paint rain with watercolor, how to paint using watercolor, how to paint watercolor, image, rainy day, rainy day drawing, rainy day painting, rainy day water color tutorial, rainy day watercolor tutorial, watercolor, watercolor art, watercolor landscape, watercolor of a rainy day, watercolor paint, watercolor painting, watercolor painting for beginners, watercolor rainy, watercolor rainy landscape painting, watercolor techniques, watercolor tutorial, watercolourLike it? Share with your friends! 284 Facebook Twitter284 points 14 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This is just stunning! Rain is in the air.ReplyThat’s an incredible water color.ReplyThe dual meanings of the word “wash” strike me as particularly interesting.The only technique that can create these splotches of shade and hue in this manner is wash.It’s also the only word for how the rain has washed the path to the point that it reflects in this way, as well as the light’s ever-so-slightly fuzzy elements.This has always impressed me. This is something I’d hang on my wall.ReplyWhat is the name of the place that inspired this?ReplyThis appears to be delicious! It makes me feel a little nostalgic. Just by looking at this picture, I can hear the sounds of the city. Exceptional work.ReplyTo me, this looks like Melbourne.Excellent work.ReplyOh my goodness! Beautiful… please don’t quit drawing.ReplyDespite the storm, you can hear the sounds of the street and cars. Excellent job!ReplyWow, that was incredible. I’m still blown away by moody artworks like this!ReplyThis is just beautiful. Is there a website where we can see more of your work?ReplyI’m still astounded by how well certain people can work with watercolors. Mine still looked like a four-year-first old’s attempt.ReplyIt’s absolutely breathtaking! You mastered watercolor, the most difficult technique in my opinion. I respect your abilities. People’s shapes fascinate me because they are both straightforward and ambiguous.ReplyI’m not a huge fan of watercolor, but this is amazing!ReplyYou have a lot of potential.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Quinn Wall Award-winning zombie fan. Web fanatic. Introvert. General beer enthusiast. Explorer.