Owl in Watercolor Tutorial, Hey beginners, this one’s for you!

Hi friends! Today we have a watercolor tutorial using 3 colors perfect for beginners!

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Watch the video and paint along!

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Do you want to learn the basics of watercolor painting so you can paint whatever you want? Check out my online class Essential Tools and Techniques for Watercolor Painting! This class contains the techniques you need to know to paint beautiful washes, develop textures and mix colors. I also walk you through 4 step-by-step painting lessons so you can put what you learned into practise right away. Let me help you develop the skills and confidence you need to create whatever you desire to paint! You can go at your own pace and you can return to the lessons anytime you like to refresh your skills. I’d love to have you as a student! Thanks for painting with me today and til next time happy crafting!

 

 

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8 Responses

  1. I love the owl and am going to go and try it in a few minutes. Thanks, Lindsay for all your teachings.

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  2. Love it and thank you for always thinking of us beginners, well not really but I’m still at beginners level… learn something everytime

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  3. I always learn something new, or something I have forgotten, from your videos. Thanks!

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  4. hi lindsay

    i have question dose the wetting the paper both sides just aply to that particalr aqubee paper?

    thanks for another greeat beginer painting tutorial. i love owls, i actual went to talk/lecture on them some years ago very facinating. and got too hold one. it was baby..

    i think there been a great resurgence intrest in owls since harry potter too.

    the live later sounds intreing so want to make sure i around for that one

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  5. I can’t wait to try this painting…I love the owl!

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