Dry brush - using paint on a dry surface and skimming the over the surface in rapid movements.
Pointilisim: dots on the surface-this can be done using any range of colours or complimentary pairs which if viewed at a distance seems to blend the colours together.
Short brush stroke: short Brush Strokes of colour.
Short brush stroke with complementary colours: short Brush Strokes of colour using complementary colours.
Sgraffito: one coat of paint is left is left to dry on a canvas or sheet of paper. Another coat of a different colour is painted on top of the first layer. The artist then uses the end of the brush or stick to scratch out a design.
Impasto: using sand/tea bag or any other substance to thicken paint. This is added to give texture and volume to the paint.
Blending: two colours together to create a melting effect from one colour to the next.
Crumpled paper: crumpled paper/tin foil or cling film can be dipped into paint and then blotted onto the surface. This could also be applied onto an already dry painted surface.
Wet over dry: applying wet paint and dragging across a dry area of paint.
Dragging: dragging can be achieved by using a brush or card and dipping it into paint and then dragging it across a surface.
Dripping: this can be achieved by adding water to the paint then you can apply it to paper. Buy using a straw you can spread it by blowing in or hold up the page and let it drip down the surface.