Brrr… it’s cold outside ! The coldest season of the year stirs up different emotions for all of us. There are lots of things that I associate with winter, all of which make great subjects for painting. So in this tutorial I’m going to share a few winter watercolor painting ideas which you can also try yourself. You can download the worksheets for painting these ideas below. Winter Watercolor Painting
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So you're ready to make a dent in the world of watercolors ? Good for you. My love affair with painting began when I was a kid. But this blog isn’t about me... I started this website to share everything I've learned about watercolors in the hopes that it might help & inspire others to pursue the same creative voyage.
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Did you put up the Christmas tree yet ?Are you ready to mail out those cards ?I think sending hand-painted watercolor cards for Christmas is perhaps one of the best ways to show people your affection for them. It adds a personal touch that's always appreciated.Especially this year, because we probably won’t get to see as many folks as we would like.So I wanted to show you some quick and
I’ve been scratching my head for several days ! Finding the ideal gifts for everyone is a real brain-teaser. It doesn’t help that whenever you ask people what they would like for Christmas you get the answer “Err… Let me think about it” ! So for all of you struggling to find gift ideas for watercolor artists I wanted to share some suggestions with you. This list of presents includes
The thing about pine cones is they have a very complicated appearance. For this reason they seem like very tricky subjects to paint.In this article I’ll show you how to simplify the process of painting pine cones in watercolor.These prickly little things are a great subject for practicing your painting skills. And where I am at this time of the year there’s an abundance of pine cones. They’re easy to
I recently painted this watercolor sketch as a way to explain the concept of lost and found edges in watercolors. This is mostly a fancy name for “hard and soft edges”. But in art, “lost edges” are a special type of soft edge where two adjacent shapes appear to combine to become one big shape.Good artists use a wide variety of edges in their paintings, ranging from sharp well defined
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