Gourds: Wet in Wet Technique (beginner tutorial)

Hi friends! This tutorial got mixed reviews and I can see why, it took me way longer than I had hoped to teach it. And looking at the end result I would have had a more refined painting after almost an hour. However, this is a beginner tutorial and I don’t like to rush techniques in my beginner tutorials. I also like to use student grade paints in my beginner tutorials so I can show you how to overcome some of the issues you might face when attempting it for the first time with student grade supplies.

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If you are not a beginner and the finished painting doesn’t look good to you I suggest you pass on this one and wait for my more advanced Friday livestream paintings. I don’t mind:) I want to make sure beginners have tutorials with some gentle guidance as they work through their paintings for the first time. I hope you understand:) So, with that disclaimer out-of-the-way, let’s paint! This is a real-time lesson so you can paint along.

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FYI I will be reviewing the set of 48 Mungyo watercolor paints that I used in today’s tutorial on Saturday. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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2 Responses

  1. I love this painting and I always enjoy learning from you.

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  2. hi lindsay

    you provide for all. and i enjoy that you do a variety of tutorials. you are great artist/crafter and teacher. nobdy come close out there, that gives as much as you do. you help and bring alot of joy to people out here.

    we all have to start some where. and there great things to be learnt, everytime i watch your videos my knowledge and skills are growing becasue of yourself.

    thank you

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