Snowy Sunrise Watercolor For Beginners

Hi friends! Today I have a nice and easy watercolor tutorial for you!

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I shared this photo on Instagram the other day of the view out my window at sunrise. I loved the color of the sky!

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A few Instagram friends asked me to do a watercolor tutorial of it so I did! Enjoy!

Supplies (Affiliate links may be used)

  • Watercolors (Renesans) Magenta, Indian Yellow, Cerulean Blue, Hookers Green Dark, Sepia, White
  • Watercolor Paper Fluid Hot Press 6″x8″
  • Brushes: #12 & #6 round, 3/8″ dagger, 1″ flat for wetting paper (feel free to use whatever size and shaped you prefer) And a stiff brush such as an old toothbrush for spattering.

This painting is great for beginners or seasoned painters who want a little warm up. It was fun to paint and I really enjoyed this paper and look forward to using it again. Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

5 thoughts on “Snowy Sunrise Watercolor For Beginners

  1. It’s so nice to see some snow. I live in FL and even though I don’t miss winter weather, the snow is beautiful. Lovely painting!

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  2. I tried the painting as soon as I received the email! Not so bad for my third watercolor with your videos!! I tried the hummingbird also. So glad you are sharing your talents with us. Just starting out with watercolor, so thank you so much!

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  3. I like this painting very much. I can’t wait to try it. I enjoy watching all your watercolor tutorials. You are a wonderful teacher. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

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