How to Paint: Watercolor Houseplants | Pothos Plant

Audrey Ko, Watercolorist and Modern Calligrapher

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8 Videos (54m)
    • Welcome Video

      1:26
    • Supplies

      2:14
    • Inspiration and Sketching

      7:12
    • Color Mixing

      7:20
    • Putting it Together Part 1: Sketching Layout

      6:37
    • Putting it Together Part 2: Painting the First Vine

      16:10
    • Putting it Together Part 3: Second and Third Vines

      11:21
    • Conclusion and Final Thoughts

      1:17

About This Class

Welcome to How to Paint: Houseplants edition!

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This is the third of the houseplants series: the Pothos Plant! Check out the other plants in this series:

  1. Fiddleleaf Fig Plant
  2. Boston Fern
  3. Pothos Plant
  4. Monstera

The Pothos Plant is so interesting to paint because of its variegated colors in its leaves. Using your observation, sketching, color mixing, and basic watercolor skills, you'll be able to paint this plant with your eyes closed.

Try painting this and then digitizing it (in my other Skillshare class!) to print it on cards, mugs, decals, and more.

Don't forget to make a project for this class so I can see all your wonderful works. If you're on Instagram, please tag me (@ThingsUnseenDesigns), and use #WatercolorWithTUD! I love to feature my students and their work!

See you in class!

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Wonderful step by step directions with lots of options to individualize! Audrey is a wonderful teacher!!!
Easy to follow tutorial
Very good instruction. I'm really new in watercoloring, but the result is awesome due to very detailed guidance.

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Audrey Ko

Watercolorist and Modern Calligrapher

I’m Audrey, owner of and creative behind Things Unseen Designs.

I believe that everyone is creative.

My mission is to spark the creativity in all of us.

 

I come from a family with creative roots. Both of my paternal grandparents were painters, my grandmother specifically with watercolors. My parents have a fondness for music...

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