How are Watercolor Art Styles Created?
Watercolor art is the art of painting with pigments that are dissolved in water as a medium.
Use watercolor techniques such as wet-on-wet, wet-on-dry, or dry-brush to create different effects or textures. Use different types of watercolor such as transparent, opaque, or gouache to create different levels of opacity and brightness. Use different subjects and themes such as flowers, animals, landscapes, or abstracts.
Watercolor art can be used for various subjects and themes, such as flowers, animals, landscapes, or abstracts.
Creating Watercolor Art Style Using Artificial Intelligence (AI)
The awesome news is you don’t need to have any watercolor or paper to create stunning watercolor art. With Pcard, you can use artificial intelligence (AI) to generate stunning watercolor images with just a few words. All you need to do is choose the “watercolor” style and type in your prompt. Here are some examples of what you can make with Pcard.
Simple Watercolor Prompts
Simple prompts can achieve amazing results when applying the “watercolor” style. The prompt below focuses only on the subject while the Pcard image generator figures out the rest.
Detailed Watercolor Prompts
Complex prompts include fine details that make a scene along with applying the “watercolor” style. The prompt below details the type of view, the details of the main subject, and environment.
Want to take this prompt farther? Add our “time of day” and “distance” modifiers when you are evolving your AI image in Pcard.