How to Paint Playful Watercolor Fruit!

Amy Giglio, Watercolor Artist

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9 Videos (47m)
    • Introduction

      0:34
    • Lesson 1: Materials

      8:32
    • Lesson 2: Sketching

      2:32
    • Lesson 3: Inking

      3:03
    • Lesson 4: Watercolor Warm Up

      7:56
    • Lesson 5: Painting

      7:57
    • Lesson 6: Additional Examples

      7:40
    • Lesson 7: A More Complex Example

      7:41
    • Lesson 8: Final Thoughts & Thank You!

      0:53
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About This Class

In this class, I will walk you through, step-by-step, how to paint fruit in watercolor using a fun and easy technique. Great for beginners or anyone interested in working with watercolor and ink.

By the end of the course you will be able to take this approach and apply it to other subjects or take it in whatever direction you wish. I will go in-depth to demonstrate the basic principles of wet-in-wet watercolor, hopefully demystifying this sometimes challenging medium and showing you how to just have fun with painting! Let's get playful with watercolor!

Downloadable materials list provided below.

Pinterest board for easy fruit and style reference:

https://www.pinterest.com/amygiglio7683/fruit-inspiration/

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42 of 42 students recommendSee All

Great class. Learned a lot that’s not only useful with fruit, but in watercoloring in general.
Good class. Very clear and concise.
Joanna Olson

Artist, Illustrator, Maker of Things

It is very useful and makes me feel alot more braver to explore with watercolours and painting in general

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Amy Giglio

Watercolor Artist

Welcome! Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Amy L. Giglio. I am a watercolor and ink artist living in Cincinnati, OH. My three passions in life are horses, art, and nature. I am going to be honest, it has been difficult for me to find an occupation that really made me happy. Numerous jobs, eight years of college, and two bachelors degrees later, I finally glimpsed a ray of light on the horizon as I began working as a graphic designer. A profession I saw as a balance between ...

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