I don’t know if ‘acrylic watercolor’ is actually a term, but I want to explain that I often use acrylic paints watered down into transparent washes, as true watercolors are used. This is the medium I used for this house portrait.
I was commissioned to paint this home by the former owners, who have moved but wanted a remembrance of the house in which they raised their children. I photographed the house, which is in my town, and started with a pencil sketch.
Then I use markers and some colored pencils to roughly lay in color on a scan of the pencil sketch.
After some suggested tweaks from the client, I painted the finished art, using acrylic paint in washes.
I use acrylics in this way for many of my other commercial illustrations too. To see the illustrations I created for businesses for their holiday greeting cards to clients this past year, just scroll down here, or go to https://achillesportfolio.wordpress.com/pencilled-in/ .and scroll down through the last few postings.