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How to Paint: Watercolor Loose Florals

Audrey Ko, Watercolorist and Modern Calligrapher

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12 Videos (59m)
    • Trailer

      1:27
    • Supplies Overview

      4:38
    • Bouquet Shapes

      1:38
    • Basic Painting Techniques

      9:17
    • Let's Paint: Color Theory and Mixing

      8:48
    • Let's Paint: Leaves Part 1

      8:26
    • Let's Paint: Leaves Part 2

      3:31
    • Let's Paint: Various Flowers

      6:55
    • Let's Paint: Roses

      2:45
    • Let's Paint: Peonies

      4:47
    • Let's Paint: Putting it All Together

      4:13
    • Concluding Thoughts

      2:27

About This Class

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This class is perfect for beginners who want to dip their toes in watercolors and paint some pretty florals! 

We’ll start with the basics of watercolor, supplies, color theory, basic brush strokes, and then practice painting five different floral elements.

By the end of the class, you will be able to combine these floral elements to create a stunning watercolor floral bouquet in the loose style!

(Free background music provided by Bensound.com)

14 of 14 students recommendSee All

i enjoyed this class very much not just because it's a loose style but also the way it is presented. Thanks!
Mira Metzler

Beauty. Illustration

You are super good at what you do. I learned a lot. Thanks.
Jeanette Jackson

Cake Artist

Awesome class. A great breakdown of strokes to build beautiful watercolor Florals. Clear audio and picture. Loved it!
Jodi Lynn Iacino

Enthusiastic Explorer of Art and Design

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Audrey Ko

Watercolorist and Modern Calligrapher

Hello, I'm Audrey, a watercolorist, modern calligrapher, and owner of Things Unseen Designs.

My inspiration stems from nature, my faith, travels, and interactions with people. Through my work, you'll see how the inspiration comes to life.

I love watercolors in the loose floral and botanical style. I consider myself a lifelong learner and can't wait to apply watercolors to other subjects such as architecture, landscapes, and perhaps even portraits.

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