Loose Watercolor Florals Using a Dagger Brush

Joly Poa, Watercolor Artist

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19 Lessons (2h 25m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:24
    • 2. Class Project Overview

      1:17
    • 3. Materials

      6:44
    • 4. What is a Dagger Brush

      4:00
    • 5. Brush Stroke Part 1

      7:45
    • 6. Brush Stroke Part 2

      4:55
    • 7. Leaves

      12:33
    • 8. Two Toned Brush Stroke

      7:05
    • 9. Fillers

      9:11
    • 10. How to Paint a Top View Rose

      8:20
    • 11. How to Paint a Side View Rose

      4:23
    • 12. Dahlia

      6:56
    • 13. Expressive Orange Flower

      10:36
    • 14. Class Project: Bird of Paradise

      14:19
    • 15. Class Project Trio Flower Part 1

      11:19
    • 16. Class Project Trio Flower Part 2

      10:47
    • 17. Class Project Complementary Color Part 1

      10:28
    • 18. Class Project Complementary Color Part 2

      11:15
    • 19. Final Thoughts

      0:58
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About This Class

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Have you ever wondered how to use a dagger brush? Join me in this class as we talk about the strokes that you can do with this brush and how you can apply it to your painting. We will create fun and expressive florals using this brush. This class is packed with helpful tips so make sure to watch all the projects. :) 

The class is suited for beginners and for seasoned artists who want to try a different style of painting.

Here are the topics that we will learn:

  • Definition of a Dagger Brush
  • Brush Stroke Exercises and Application
  • Leaves and Fillers
  • Top and Side View Roses
  • Dahlia and Bird of Paradise
  • Expressive Orange Flower
  • Two Toned Strokes

At the end of class, you will be able to accomplish 3 projects! Yes, you can make three but remember to pace yourself. You can start with one project today and another one next week. :)

Happy Painting!

Joly