I had to paint really, really fast in this time-lapse demo 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!
As a watercolor artist it's imperative for me to have the necessary tools for painting. Often, there is a significant variety of materials available, and everyone has their favorites for different reasons. Over the years I have narrowed down the tools that work best for me and have compiled a list of my favorites.
Ever wonder how I create my watercolor paintings? Here's your chance to watch a time-lapse video of me creating the painting "Hopping Mad" from start to finish!
The new quick tip video is "How to mix black watercolor paint". I know that may seem silly when you can simply buy black watercolor paint, but in traditional watercolors that does not exist.
This video is a quick tip on erasers. I know, I know, who needs a lesson on erasing? Believe it or not having the right eraser is imperative when working with watercolors. It all comes down to having the proper tools for the job. Your painting will lack in the end if you don't start with a good foundation. That is what this video will teach you! Hopefully you find this helpful.