Watercolor Sunflowers: Painting Sunflowers in 3 styles

Irina Trzaskos, Watercolor Artist & Illustrator

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8 Lessons (1h 35m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:22
    • 2. Supplies

      1:30
    • 3. Mixing Colors

      11:15
    • 4. Warm Up

      7:00
    • 5. Painterly Sunflowers in a Painterly Style

      19:26
    • 6. Painting Sunflowers with Ink and Watercolor

      20:13
    • 7. Paintinga Sunflower in Realistic Style

      34:12
    • 8. Last thoughts

      0:22

Project Description

For the class project paint a sunflower artwork in the style which the most appeals to you, or in all three styles. Share your progress and final result in Project Gallery of this class to inspire your classmates.

SUPPLIES: (You can use your favorite supplies, below I mentioned the brands I used)

  • Watercolor Paint (I use "White Nights" watercolor paints by Nevskaya Palitra)
  • Watercolor Paper (I used Canson, cold press 140lb)
  • Sharp pencil HB
  • Eraser
  • Medium size round watercolor brush with a good tip (I used Da Vinci Kolinsky Sable #4).
  • Flat synthetic brush
  • Large watercolor brush
  • Small size brush (I used Da Vinci Kolinsky Sable #2 and American Painter 4050 Script Liner)
  • Fine Liner (Sharpie Fine Liner)
  • Paper towels
  • Paint palette
  • Water
  • (optional) White gel pen or white gouache paint.

Thank you for watching my class, I can't wait to see your beautiful projects! x Irina.

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