In this project we’ll be practicing wet on wet painting, the priming method, wet on dry and lifting out, so our basic techniques. This time I will also show you the three step method of painting, which is a short way to achieve realism without too much confusion. We will also use white opaque paint to paint some of the robin’s feathers. I hope you’ll enjoy this tutorial! It's a completely self-paced course.You will learn:
- how to paint wet on wet background
- how to use the three step method of painting
- how to paint a robin
- how to use the priming method
- how to paint a clematis in three easy steps
Join me! :)
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I'm Chris and I'm very happy to welcome you here! I'm a self-taught watercolorist based in Poznań, Poland working full-time as an artist. I've been painting with watercolors since 2012 and in 2019 I launched my Online Watercolor School.
I like to paint in a realistic style. I love bright, pure colors to make my works intense, colorful and full of positive energy. The main theme of my paintings is flowers and birds, because I am amazed by the diversity and richness of their shapes and colors.
There are two places online where you can find my tutorials:
1. My Online Watercolor School (https://www.esperoart.com/) - is based on membership plans starting from $15 a month. You get access to all tutorials as long as your subscription is active. You pay less and you have access to everything until you cancel your subscription.
2. Here on Teachable you can find individual tutorials available for purchase. This is an option for those of you who are not convinced to subscription models. You pay more for one tutorial, but you have lifetime access to it.
Happy Painting! :)