Learn how to paint a waterfall in watercolor with this wonderful beginner lesson by Angela Fehr.
Paint a 20 Minute Waterfall in Watercolor: Easy Watercolor for Beginners
You can paint this beautiful waterfall in about twenty minutes, or three in an hour! Why not? I love painting landscapes in watercolor, and if you’re a beginning painter, you might be struggling with knowing how much detail to put into your paintings. Overworking is a painting’s curse, and is especially common for inexperienced watercolorists, so in this lesson we are focusing on simplifying the scene down to the focal point, learning about color mixing some beautiful neutrals, and learning about value’s role in creating the contrasts that add movement, form and guide the composition in our paintings.
This lesson is part of Angela’s “Learn Watercolor the Heart-Led Way” course for new painters.
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Supplies Used in this Lesson:
- Blick Premier watercolor block
- Brush: Escoda Versatil #10 rigger
- Scroggy’s Loose Goose Dagger Striper #1
- Paint: Daniel Smith Floral Colors of Inspiration half pan watercolor paint palette
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