Wonderful lesson from artist Shibasaki on how to properly paint a Flat Wash with watercolor. Chances are you have been doing it the wrong way! Watch more below! Visit the artists YouTube channel here for more great lessons like this!
Beginners Drawing Course: http://bit.ly/2Gn4rOIDrawYT Support Liron Yanconsky on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LironYan Liron Yanconsky’s Art and Creativity PODCAST: https://goo.gl/uGLjdk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lironyanil/ Liron Yanconsky books on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Liron-Yankonsky… Snapchat: LironYan3 Hi there, Liron here! Today I want to share with you a quick tip & painting process that I think will help many watercolor painters (and painters in […]
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Beautiful painting demonstration from artist Rick Surowicz. To see more awesome free content like this, be sure to check out his youtube page here!
For more free content from this artist, be sure to visit her youtube channel here.
Paint a fresh spring landscape in watercolor without sketching with this tutorial by Angela Fehr.
New & improved, I’m sharing 3 different approaches to painting leaves in watercolour, using positive and negative painting techniques and loose & fluid techniques. This is an update to my original “3 Techniques for Leaves” video and whether you’ve seen the first one or not, there’s lots to learn in the new edition.
Every watercolor artist has heard of wet-in-wet and wet-on-dry techniques, but it’s how you combine them and use them on targeted areas of your painting that matters. Here’s a fun technique for creating texture in the in-between.
Contrary to popular opinion, mistakes in watercolour CAN be fixed! Here are five ways to handle your next watercolour mishap.
Create an endless variety of neutral tones using the colors in your watercolor palette. Artist Angela Fehr shows you how.