Live! Owl in Watercolor Tutorial, 12:30pm ET!

Edited to add: Here is the final painting from the live stream! As always the replay is available below:) Have a great weekend!

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Hi friends! Today at 12:30pm Eastern Time on YouTube we will paint a barn owl in watercolors! This is a colorful loose painting and everyone is welcome to paint along. Here is a quick color study I did of today’s painting:

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This video tutorial is sponsored by Jerry’s Artarmama! You can watch the live stream or replay in the player below but if you want to chat live during the show you will need to watch at 12:30pm ET on YouTube.

Supplies:

  • 9″x12″ 140# watercolor paper Fabriano Artistico
  • Watercolors (Winsor & Newton) Permanent rose (pv19) Cerulean blue (PB35) Ultramarine Blue (PB29) Burnt Sienna (PR101) Yellow Ochre (PY43)
  • Round watercolor brushes (assorted sizes) Mimik Squirrel (faux)

Reference photo: https://pixabay.com/en/barn-owl-owl-bird-animal-wildlife-275942/

***Class discounts that support these free tutorials!

Hundreds of classes on sale for under $20 at Craftsy!

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And….

Also! I am interviewed on the Live Inspired podcast this week, you can listen free here.

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Phew, that is a lot going on huh? I hope you enjoy the fun free painting class at 12:30pm ET today, til then, happy crafting!

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5 Responses

  1. beautiful!

    Have fun at the Bahamas …. I guess you won’t be coming back anytime soon …. not after a few days in the sun and warm weather!

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  2. Fabulous tutorial!! I love owls, can’t wait to give it a try. Thank you! ~Sophia

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  3. Watched the barn owl.
    QUESTION: I tried salt into wet paint a while ago. Let it sit overnite for drying. Found that there were wet puddles where salt was. What’s up?? Thanks. Have a great vacation.

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    • if you use a lot of salt it can trap the water underneath, I think you probably used too much, try again with less:)

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