Preventing watercolour blooming

Watercolour blooming (also known as cauliflowers, blossom, back wash) occurs when you add wet paint to a half-dry area.

You can prevent this by just being a lot faster, and making sure you’re adding paint while the strokes on the paper still have their “shine”.

Your only other option is to wait until the paint is completely dry, then add another layer.
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