Painting 15 Types of Wild Berries with Watercolors

Sushma Hegde, Watercolor Artist

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19 Lessons (2h 29m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:00
    • 2. Before we start...

      1:35
    • 3. Supplies

      2:34
    • 4. Elderberries

      11:25
    • 5. Goji berries

      6:17
    • 6. Sea buckthorns

      7:40
    • 7. Blueberries

      9:16
    • 8. Cranberries

      6:19
    • 9. Indian Gooseberries

      11:06
    • 10. Juniper berries

      8:35
    • 11. Hawthorn berries

      7:06
    • 12. Strawberries

      11:53
    • 13. Rosehips

      10:46
    • 14. Raspberries

      13:53
    • 15. Physalis/ Golden berries

      9:23
    • 16. Blackberries / Mulberries

      10:41
    • 17. Yew Berries

      8:00
    • 18. Mistletoe berries

      8:16
    • 19. Conclusion

      1:56

About This Class

In this class we'll be painting a whole lot of berries in a loose style using watercolors.
I've included a wide variety of berries and leaves so that you can learn different strokes and techniques while having fun painting them.
I've broken down all the steps that I use to paint wild berries and I take you through the whole process slowly, step by step, which means it is suitable for viewers of all levels, beginners to advanced.

We start by looking at pictures of the berries and coming up with our own composition without copying any picture in particular.
We slowly dive into the painting process, talking about colour mixes, shapes, techniques to hold the brush, and also trying to keep the whole process simple and loose.
Each lesson is independent of the other, which means you can learn to paint one berry every day without going back to the previous classes!