We are painting Live in 30 Minutes! Tea & Tulips 12:30pm ET!

Hi friends! Sorry for the late post but time escaped me as I worked on the practise for today’s live watercolor tutorial:

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You can watch the live stream or replay in the player below but if you want to chat live and ask me questions be sure to watch on YouTube.

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Supplies:

And here is a pic of the photo I’m working from! I hope to “see” you soon during the live stream! Happy Crafting!

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PS…one more thing…if this tutorial moved a little fast for you and you want more comprehensive beginner instruction please consider checking out my online course. My Essential Tools and Techniques for Watercolor class will start you off on the right foot with everything you need to know to get painting right away (the right way!) You can go at your own pace and you get lifetime access so you can come back to the lessons at any time. Find out more here or join over 800 happy students and enroll today!

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9 Responses

  1. Hi Lindsay,

    Thank you for this email with the link to your blog post – Tea & Tulips.

    Sorry I missed your LIVE show, but I had my first chemotherapy of my new regime today and it wiped me out!

    I have though watched your You Tube re-run and comment on both this and your blog.

    Lorraine

    :O)

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  2. Thank you Lindsay for a lovely painting again, sorry I missed your LIVE show. :O)

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  3. I think I prefer the sketch on the not so expensive paper too, maybe because it had less or no colored pencil in it. I haven’t found out yet myself when to stop when I start adding pencils on paintings, in the end I ask myself why I didn’t just draw it from the beginning on! i intend to just add some details that are hard to paint but you know how it is ….

    I like the idea of mixing phtalo green with magenta to get a dark brown, I never thought about that before! When I try to get the same result using all three primaries I tend to end up with a huge amount of dark brown because something is always too much in my mix!

    Maybe Sarah doesn’t need to worry about her creepy mail …. it could be somebody got the address wrong and it should have been delivered to one of her neighbors. It happens a lot somebody gets the house numbers wrong (23 instead of 32) or writes “road” instead of “street” and you end up with somebody else’s mail. I’m sure she will be with us next Friday and I’m looking forward to watching your Live Show again!

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  4. Hi Lindsay! Love this post! Was trying to figure out where that tin palette you use comes from. I couldn’t catch the name of the paints you got it with. Do you know if it can be purchased separately? Love the idea of using the magnets with just the colors you need. I’ve looked for white metal palettes on several sites haven’t found any yet.

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    • it is the tin my QOR paints came in, you will need to get the 12 or 24 set to get this size tin as the made the tins for the 6 sets smallers because artists complained that the tim was too large for the paint it contained, pity really.

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  5. I just love your calorie free desserts, I’ll have to sit up one night to catch your live stream from Australia-land, somehow I keep finding myself asleep on the floor in front of my computer after it has finished.
    Your chatter while you work is more informative than you could ever know, please keep it up, even as a person that attended Art School when I was young, I learn so much form you.

    Jen

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  6. I just love your calorie free desserts, I’ll have to sit up one night to catch your live stream from Australia-land, somehow I keep finding myself asleep on the floor in front of my computer after it has finished.
    Your chatter while you work is more informative than you could ever know, please keep it up, even as a person that attended Art School when I was young, I learn so much from you.

    Jen

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