Watercolor Hibiscus for Sketchbook Sunday

Hi friends! The weather is glorious today and we are about to head out to the ocean, hopefully, I will get a little time to paint. For sketchbook Sunday I have a Hibiscus flower for you:

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You can find a real-time narrated lesson for this painting in Critique Club. Critique club is a monthly membership group that allows you to upload up to 2 paintings a month for customized feedback from me so you can grow as an artist. You also get 2 real-time narrated lessons from the Sketchbook Sunday series that I have time-lapsed on YouTube. You also have access to past narrated tutorials. All this for $5 a month, thanks for checking it out!

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Have an awesome Sunday and til next time happy crafting!

4 Responses

  1. LOVE this painting and this flower! I bought two of these plants to put on my front steps, just gorgeous! Would love to see your take on “fireworks” in a night sky?! I paint with seniors and we’ve drawn a picture, silhouettes of people and a cottage on the beach, but how would you paint fireworks?!!! We use crayola educational w/c sets, not very dark pigments…grey night sky and glitter drops? How do you leave some white, probably should try some masking? Thanks Lindsey! Cindy

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  2. I am such a loyal follower! You have again shown us a beautiful painting and made it simple enough for us to understand.. thank you!!!

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  3. Hi Lindsay 🙂
    Gorgeous and it looks real.
    THANK YOU for sharing your wonderful talent with us!
    Take care.
    Linda

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