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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!

      1:21
    • A Quick Overview of Tools and Supplies

      2:15
    • A Watercolor Moon

      8:51
    • A Traditional Chinese Ink Moon

      8:47
    • Acrylic Moon

      7:09
    • Let's Compare and Choose a Medium for Our Final Project!

      0:50
    • The Final Project: A Moon Phase Painting!

      11:13
    • A Quick Thanks & Final Information

      0:38

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! 

13 of 13 students recommendSee All

It was fun getting to experiment with painting the moon. Thanks for the tips!
Roxanne Cook

Mother, designer, maker, homesteader.

Obsessed with the moon, obsessed with this class<3
Exploring different mediums in one topic, really inspiring class!
Sova Huova

freelance illustrator and creative

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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 (HelloImHandmade.com) and one that focused on the art side (theUnlimitedCreative.com). With Creating Be...

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