noch n kleiner tip das du vllt einfügen könntest ist dass man das aquarell "wegradieren" kann, füge wasser auf die betroffene stelle und tupf dann mit nem papiertuch ab. natürlich bleibt was von der farbe übrig, aber das ist dann so blass, dass man ruhig mit ner anderen farbe malen kann
Scared of using water properly? I think that sums up my entire opinion on watercolors in one statement. I really appreciated this; it was thorough and detailed, and while it did have a few (the operative term being "few") errors, you still write better than most people (even grown adults) I know. Actually, I think I'm in the exact opposite situation of you, if your native tongue is German; I first learned English, now am (attempting to) pick up German.
But that's besides the point. What really matters is that this helped a lot, and now I think I can look at my watercolor set without feeling panic.
At my school, middle schoolers have to take a foreign language, either German or Spanish. I knew a German opera song before I had to pick a language, and I loved the sound of the language, so . . . That's how that happened.
I don't know if this is a dumb question or not, but have you ever used watercolor pencils? Is it the same process, do you know?