Now that we have a little bit of Koi watercolour history under our belts, it’s time to start getting creative with it.
Here’s how you can start making your own koi watercolours and we’re not even talking about using the watercolour as a decorative element, but rather as an inspiration for your own unique watercolors.
Let’s start with the basics: the ingredientsWe start with two ingredients.
First up is the water, which is the key to making a good Koi, since it contains the most pigment, meaning the more pigment, the more colour you can produce.
Second is the charcoal, which creates the deep blue-green colour that you’ll see on the water.
You can get charcoal for free from many shops in your local city.
If you don’t have any, you can find it on Ebay or Amazon for $2.80.
Once you’ve got the charcoal ingredients in place, you need to decide what colour your watercolour will be.
There are two main ways to choose the colour of your watercolour.
The first is to use the traditional method of blending watercolour and charcoal.
This works well for beginners and those that just want a quick colour, but it is a little tedious and the result will not be as beautiful as you want.
The other way is to make a mix using an electric mixing bowl, but this method works very well for those that are more experienced.
You should then have a mixture of water and charcoal in the pot, which will be used to mix the mixture together with the charcoal.
It should be mixed with the same consistency as the water in the bowl.
To mix your mixture, simply place the charcoal in a mixing bowl.
You may have to wait for it to cool slightly before it starts to settle.
Next, mix in your water colour.
The water should start to get a bit foamy when it is first added.
Then add the charcoal mixture.
Keep adding the charcoal until it has a soft consistency.
Once it has the desired consistency, add a drop of your chosen colour and mix again.
Now you should have a nice, smooth, well-mixed watercolour.
The next step is to fill the watercolouring pot up with the mixture you just made.
You want to make sure the pot is big enough so you can hold the mixture in the centre.
You could even use a large pot if you have one, but we have found that a standard 4″ wide by 4″ deep by 1″ high watercolour pot works well.
This way you can use it for a variety of applications.
Now that you have the mix, it is time to add the oil to the mixture.
We like to use a mixture that contains just a few drops of colour, and this will allow the water colour to fully settle before the charcoal colour is added.
Add the oil and mix for a couple of minutes until the oil begins to dissolve.
If the oil doesn’t dissolve completely, you may need to add more oil.
You will then have to stir the mixture again and add more water until you have a very thick mixture.
Once the mixture has settled, the mixture should be a nice light yellow-brown colour.
This will be a great colour for a Koi.
Next add the water to the mix.
This is where things get tricky.
There is a lot of colour in the water and the charcoal will have a hard time absorbing all the colour.
So if you add too much water, you’ll end up with a thin, dry yellow colour.
If this happens, add more charcoal.
When the mixture is mixed, it will look very nice, but you’ll have to add a little more water and mix more.
Once this mixture is blended and your water is all set, it can be placed into a large pan.
You’ll want to be careful not to let the water drip off the top of the pan as this can lead to some very poor watercolour results.
The last step is the final step: you can add the finished mix to your watercolor pot.
Once the mix has been mixed, the water will be quite clear and your Koi colour should look nice.
Once your water has settled to a nice yellow-orange colour, add the final drop of charcoal to your mix.
We usually add about 1/4 of the mix to the pot.
This mix will have the charcoal color added in, so you’ll want a little extra on top.
This makes it a bit easier to keep mixing and stirring.
You should now have a smooth, even mix.
It will look quite nice, and you’ll need to use it often for your Kois to look their best.
Now, we’d like to share with you some tips on how to make Koi-inspired watercoloured dishes.
First, make sure you have your charcoal, water, and oil in a good, sturdy pot