Painting the Moon Phases: With watercolor, Chinese Ink and/or Acrylic Paints | Jules Tillman | Skillshare

Painting the Moon Phases: With watercolor, Chinese Ink and/or Acrylic Paints

Jules Tillman, artist | creative coach | infp

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8 Videos (41m)
    • Welcome to Painting the Moon Phases!

    • A Quick Overview of Tools and Supplies

    • A Watercolor Moon

    • A Traditional Chinese Ink Moon

    • Acrylic Moon

    • Let's Compare and Choose a Medium for Our Final Project!

    • The Final Project: A Moon Phase Painting!

    • A Quick Thanks & Final Information


About This Class

In this fun and experimental class, we'll first paint the moon 3 different ways:

  • With Watercolor
  • With Traditional Chinese or India Ink
  • With Acrylic Paint

If you don't have all of these on hand, no problem! Just start with what you have.

We will then choose our own favorite medium(s) and paint a small moon phase painting with it. 

This is supposed to feel enjoyable and loose -- it's a great class for beginners to intermediate artists who love creative exploration and play! 





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Jules Tillman

artist | creative coach | infp

I'm an artist (or, as I like to say, a "creative explorer"), and a creative business coach for introverts. I've been helping other artists and creatives start and grow their businesses online since 2014. I started Creating Beautifully out of a passion for creativity and making. I actually owned two separate businesses before I started Creating Beautifully: one that focused on the maker side ( and one that focused on the art side ( With Creating Be...

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