Do you want to paint a snowman? You really can't go wrong because just like no two snowflakes are alike, no two snowman are alike. So let your imagination go wild!
Painting the color red can be frustrating! Learn how to avoid the pit falls of painting red with watercolors while also watching how to paint a Cardinal.
Masking Fluid can be intimidating to use at first, but once you get the hang of it, you will discover opportunities for creating shapes in multiple layers of watercolor washes that can have an awesome effect on the outcome of your paintings!
Want to know what my top 5 favorite watercolor techniques are that I use in almost all my paintings?
Well here they are...
Painting Fall leaves in watercolors is one of my favorite subjects to paint! I have made two time-lapse videos, one that focuses primarily on using wet on wet technique, and another video that demonstrates how to spatter paint to created both color and texture.
I had to paint really, really fast in this time-lapse video to create animals in several different layers of watercolor paint. I used only one technique throughout the entire video. Can you guess what it is?
(I'll give you a hint, it's either a flat wash or a glaze.)
Here's another fun and fast video of me creating a painting! This one is of a dog with a bowl full of baby birds. Oh no, what's a dog to do?
Want to learn how to draw more realistic? Then watch this video of these amazing kids drawing animals, and check out their before and after drawings. Then, give this drawing exercise a try!
Here is another speed video of how I paint my watercolors. In this upbeat video featuring my two youngest daughters you are able to see how I use a limited pallet of only three colors. Although I tend to take a more unorthodox approach to all my watercolor paintings, the basics in the long run are very similar; layers, layers and more layers!