In this 5 video series, dive into basic tips and techniques for using the medium of watercolor paint, as well as explore suggestions for setting up a space conducive to art making and painting – from light sources to having plenty paper towels!
The series doesn’t teach how to paint anything specific, it teaches techniques to play around with to help new painters familiarize with the medium.
These technique exercises work great as warm-ups for experienced painters too!
In this first video to kick off the Wings, Worms, and Wonder: Watercolor Basics for Nature Journaling Series, learn all about the additional supplies (like paper towels) and techniques to help you set up your work area and painting experience for success!
In video 2, practice techniques for getting to really know your brushes and their capabilities.
3. In this video, learn all about the wet on wet technique – a foundational cornerstone for watercolor painting.
In video 4, learn the dry glazing technique to add depth to your colors.
In this final 5th video from the Wings, Worms, and Wonder: Watercolor Basics for Nature Journaling Series, learn all about the optional, but sometimes helpful, masking techniques of using tape and frisket.
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Want to learn the difference between hot and cold press papers, why brushes are so expensive, and does price really make a difference when investing in art supplies? Look no further than my Nature Journal Tools Video Series!. In this 4 video series, I demystify shopping for tools and supplies at the art supply store and share some of my favorite brands with you – and why they won that position.