Monotone Watercolor Florals | Sandra Bowers | Skillshare
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7 Lessons (56m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Supplies and Class Project

    • 3. Techniques

    • 4. Painting the Artwork

    • 5. Timelapse

    • 6. Finishing Touches

    • 7. My Thoughts while Creating the Pattern


About This Class


In this class I will show you how to create different values using just the black watercolor.  I´ll show you my process of painting monotone watercolor florals and I´ll share my thoughts while I´m using the painting we created to make a pattern for textile or surface design. I will not teach the technical aspect of creating patterns, if you want to learn how I do that please watch my other classes:

Transform Watercolor Illustrations into Intricate Patterns

Remove Backgrounds from Watercolor Illustrations

Basic knowledge of ADOBE® PHOTOSHOP® SOFTWARE is required.





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Sandra Bowers

Illustrator+ Surface Pattern Designer

I'm Sandra Bowers, I'm a Freelance Illustrator, Surface Pattern Designer and Character Sculptor based in BC, Canada. I'm originally from the beautiful Medellin, Colombia, where it's springtime all year round!

I have very big eyes and I love animals, specially dogs. Most of my inspiration comes from nature and animals.

I love mixing traditional and digital media to create detailed, stylized, playful illustrations and patterns for fabrics, stationary and home decor. I also create ...

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