Learn how to paint beautiful and expressive watercolor portraits with the following loose watercolor portrait tutorials.
Wet-on-wet Loose Watercolor Portrait Painting Process
Process video of how I painted this girl using Kuretake Gansai Tambi watercolors and Escoda brushes. I employed a very loose wet-on-wet technique so the effect is Impressionistic. The entire process including pencil sketch work (not shown here) took about 45 minutes including a collective drying time of about 15 minutes total. Visit the artist’s youtube channel here.
LOOSE Watercolor Portrait in LIMITED Palette | D-Rock
Hi friends! In this video I have another portrait painting session to share with you. I promise to soon also create a video that will include the drawing process. The man in the painting is David Rock. He is the camera guy and video editor of Gary Vee, who is an entrepreneur I’ve been following for a while now. You can check his stuff here(not all, but some of the videos edited by David Rock https://www.youtube.com/user/GaryVayn… For this portrait I used the exact same primaries as in Rowlan’s portrait: Cobalt Azure, Perylene Dark Red and Indian Yellow. This time, however, I focused on using lot’s of yellows, oranges and reds, as well as some blues. For the darkest darks I used some Indigo as well. I hope you enjoy this full painting process, and as always – my rambling (; And I’ll see you again real soon. – Liron. Visit the artist’s youtube channel here.
Tips on Doing Portrait Studies in Watercolour!
Hey guys! I’m back with a little bonus video for this week to supplement last week’s portrait sketching video! You can probably tell I sound a bit different here, it’s because I’m reading off a script word for word XD Just thought I would try it for this occasion! Stay-tuned for the Friday video~ Thanks for watching 🙂 Visit the artist’s youtube channel here.