Painting Wild Fennel In Watercolors

Jean Lurssen, Jean Lurssen Watercolors

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7 Videos (45m)
    • About The Course

    • Painting Materials

    • Masking out the flower heads and saving some whites

    • The first wash

    • Adding more texture

    • Removing the masking fluid and painting in the flower heads

    • The finishing touches

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About This Class

If you struggle to paint loosely in watercolor this course is for you. Paint Wild Fennel using wet-in-wet, masking, and layering techniques. Using these easy-to-follow steps you can create watercolors with depth - even if you are just a beginner.

Work at your own Pace with unlimited access at anytime. Once you purchase this course you have life-time access.

The course includes

  • Layering techniques to create depth to your watercolors
  • Masking to preserve the lights
  • Painting wet-in-wet
  • How to paint bakcground washes
  • Mixing greens
  • Using warm and cool colors for important contrasts

27 of 27 students recommendSee All

It looks absolutely like magic to me! Great class, Jean!
Julia Henze

Illustrator | Letterer | Urban Sketcher

Lovely Jean! I found it quite challenging, and my first attempt turned out a bit of a mess. My stems were too think, and I couldn't find a good enough substitute to make those very fine lines with the masking fluid, so my lines turned out a bit thicker. But I'll try it again - just as soon as I get a fine mist spray bottle! I didn't think it was necessary, but after doing this class I think it's essential;-) Thank you!! You're an awesome artist.
Angelique Noll

Writer and Illustrator

Very interesting and easy techniques to get a beautiful result. I liked it very much.





Jean Lurssen

Jean Lurssen Watercolors

Welcome to my Skillshare channel. I hope this is where you will find inspiration to explore your inner creativity to create unique watercolor paintings.

I like to paint atmospheric watercolors and continually try to stretch the boundaries of watercolor, sometimes using other media to create interesting textures in my watercolors. I look forward to sharing my techniques with you here on Skillshare.

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