LIVE! Poinsettia in Watercolor Tutorial 12:30pm Eastern time today!

Hi friends! I hope you can paint the poinsettia with me live in 30 minutes on YouTube!

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Today we are going to use some different pigments than usual, 2 are simple pigments and 3 are mixed pigments. I will tell you all about the benefits to each kind of paint and I will also give alternatives so bring whatever paint you have to follow along, we will get you through it! Here is a color study and swatch, use whatever you have that is closest!

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You can watch the live stream or the replay in the player below but if you want to chat with us live be sure to view on the YouTube watch page!

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10 Responses

  1. Thank you for loads of crafting fun! Wishing you and your family a happy festive season and a happy and healthy 2017. Love Mary xxx

    On 23 December 2016 at 18:06, Thefrugalcrafter’s Weblog wrote:

    > thefrugalcrafter posted: “Hi friends! I hope you can paint the poinsettia > with me live in 30 minutes on YouTube! Today we are going to use some > different pigments than usual, 2 are simple pigments and 3 are mixed > pigments. I will tell you all about the benefits to each kind of pai” >

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  2. Hi Lindsay,
    I’d like to congratulate you for this new tutorial you’ve offered to us.
    Thank you very much.
    Merry Christmas and happy new year ! 🙂
    Catherine

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  3. I would like to thank you for all your videos. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!

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  4. Thank you for the wonderful tutorial video on the gorgeous poinsettia. The painting is beautiful. Thank you for sharing
    Merry, Merry Christmas.

    Bernadette

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  5. Beautiful Poinsettia Watercolor Lindsay…I will be painting a mini version soon! I got watercolor cards to paint on, Yeah! Fridays are too busy for me to paint with you but I usually get to eat lunch with you painting, Sarah, and Chewy. Fabulous way to kick off the weekend huh?! lol I truly enjoy it, thank you for sharing your videos. Happy Holidays to YOU and your family…Everyone!

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  6. Hi Lindsay, I loved this video and downloaded the sketch you had provided. When I printed it out it was VERY light. I thought it was my toner being low so we added more toner and printed it again. It is still very light, almost to light to see to be able to use it. Could you go over the sketch and make it darker please? This is most likely my favorite watercolor picture you have ever done. Thanks always.

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  7. Hi Lindsay! I am intrigued with the Quin. Alizarin Crimson color you used for this tutorial. When looking for it, I couldn’t find it in the QOR colors (individual tubes). They had a Quin. Crimson (PR122, PR206–it looks far bluer than your color), but nothing with Quin. Alizarin Crimson (PR177). Does it only come in a set?

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