Paint an Easy Christmas Candy Cane with Watercolor [ Line Art Template Included]

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8 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. Class Introduction

      1:41
    • 2. Tools

      0:36
    • 3. Painting the Shadows

      2:51
    • 4. Painting the Leaves

      5:46
    • 5. Painting the Berries

      4:13
    • 6. Painting the Candy cane

      5:41
    • 7. Painting the Bow

      5:32
    • 8. More Freebie Line Arts to Download

      0:20

Project Description

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Project Description:

After watching all the class videos I highly encourage you to try out what you’ve learnt.

  • Schedule some time to painting:This painting took me approximately 90 minutes from start to finish, so I advise you to count with around two houurs for the project. You don’t have to paint it all at once, it’s absolutely o.k. If you can paint just a bit at a time. Don’t rush, enjoy the process!
  • Prepare your materials: Transfer the line art to watercolor paper, get some brushes and watercolor paints. On the right hand side bar you can find the downloadable files at the class resources menu. Or you can download it direcly from HERE.
  • Relax:Before you start painting, I would highly recommend to take some deep breaths to calm your mind down. You will see how easier painting will become if you are not stressed out!
  • Ask for help:If something is not clear during the painting process feel free to ask me, I’m more than happy to help! :)
  • Share your project:Share your work in progress and final painting in the project gallery, I would love to see your progress and if you want me to I can give you some extra advices regarding your painting!*

 

And I’d be happy to feature your class project on my social media channels, so please feel free to tag me @watercolour_witch

 

*Please note: I only give advice if you directly ask me to give you a feedback on your project.

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