How to paint water - let me help you paint believable water effects

Nicola Blakemore, Professional Artist, Teacher and Creative Entrpren

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8 Videos (47m)
    • Masking 1

      2:48
    • Masking 2

      2:04
    • Masking 3

      3:19
    • Ripples 2 colours converted with Clipchamp

      6:24
    • Rock Pool and tumbling water 1 converted with Clipchamp

      9:30
    • Rock pool and tumbling water 2 converted with Clipchamp

      6:24
    • Wave two part 1 converted with Clipchamp

      12:15
    • Wave 2 part 2 converted with Clipchamp

      4:34

About This Class

Painting water need no longer be problematic. I'l show you some simple ways of painting still and moving water, waves, waterfalls and more with my easy to follow video tutorials.

Gain the confidence to tackle any water feature whether it be a fountain, a natural pond or lake, a waterfall or waves on a beach.

I have broken the process down to make it as simple and easy easy as possible for you to understand and to be able to recreate similar effects.

There are no complete paintings just demonstrations of different movements and situations. Have a go and experiment further to explore and learn more about the subject.

I have only used watercolour paints, so you need to use the white of the paper, it's a good way to help you to learn how to leave some paper without paint.

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Nicola Blakemore

Professional Artist, Teacher and Creative Entrpren

Why choose one of my courses?

Because, as a self taught artist I understand how a lot of people feel about their creative work, sometimes anxious, sometimes overwhelmed and often that it's not 'good enough'.

Well I will hold your hand as you overcome these fears as I offer a friendly, relaxed and sensitive teaching style.

Do one of my courses and you will feel as if I am in the room with you every step of the way.

Here's a bit about me.

I originally trained ...

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