Glazing Wings - The What, Why & How of Glazing in Watercolor

Neesha @PaperWand, Watercolor | Illustration Studio

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5 Lessons (34m)
    • 1. Intro

      0:44
    • 2. Supplies + Prep

      1:26
    • 3. Glazing Color Chart

      7:37
    • 4. Warm Up Exercises

      13:54
    • 5. Final Project

      10:00

Project Description

For the class project, I would love to see your glazing work! You can post your glazing color charts, warm-up exercises, and/or your final project.

I encourage you to use my Pinterest board and butterfly reference image included or source your own butterfly image to paint. 

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When selecting an image, keep in mind the colors you already have in your watercolor sets and also start with a simple image. You can, of course, go for a larger goal; for example, several butterflies on one page? or even a full butterfly scene among a floral background. Up to you - I can't wait to see your work.  

Please post any questions as well, I'm happy to help and I stay current with all feedback from students.

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