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    paint on watercolor

    Please help me correct the following wording.

    1. I enjoy drawing in my free time. Although my work is not as vivid and true to life as an expert's, I still keep practicing to improve my drawing skill.
    2. When I was young, I'd never painted on watercolor, so I was curious about painting on watercolor.

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    Re: paint on watercolor

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    Please help me correct the following wording.

    1. I enjoy drawing in my free time. Although my work is not as vivid and true to life as an expert's, I still keep practicing to improve my drawing skill.
    2. When I was young, I'd never painted on watercolor, so I was curious about painting on watercolor.
    We paint in watercolour(s).

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