Flowers With Watercolors: Paint Your Own Awesome Florals
What you’ll learn
Master wet-in-wet techniques.
UPDATED – 10/16/2018 – I added two more step-by-step demonstrations. One depicts daisies in a glass vase and the other is anemones in vase. Hope you enjoy them!
Learn The Art Of Mastering Wet-In-Wet Techniques
In this course you will learn the art of creating a colorful flower still life paintings using wet-in-wet techniques.
Once you are finished with these lessons you will have a better understanding of how to manage perhaps the most difficult challenge when painting with watercolors.
What You Will Learn
This class focuses on wet-in-wet techniques
How to manage water-to-pignment ratio
Become more efficient with mixing paints
How to work thin-to-thick
11″x15″ Watercolor paper, 140 lb. cold press
Ultramarine blue, Cadmium red deep, Alizarin crimson, Burnt Sienna, Viridian green, New gamboge, Yellow ochre, Neutral tint, White gouache
Water reservoir, Gator board (or something similar), masking tape
Squirrel mop brush #6, Pointed round #12, Escoda optimo kolinsky #12, Paper towels
Who this course is for:
- Beginner through advanced watercolorists looking to improve their techniques.
- [NEW] Anemones Demonstration
- [NEW] Daisy Demonstration