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Watercolor for Beginners: Bell Pepper

Kate Amedeo, Artist & Illustrator

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11 Videos (33m)
    • Intro to Watercolor for Beginners: Bell Pepper

      1:25
    • Art Supplies

      1:37
    • Bell Pepper Sketch

      4:44
    • Bell Pepper 1

      3:03
    • Bell Pepper 2

      4:41
    • Bell Pepper 3

      3:23
    • Bell Pepper 4

      2:38
    • Bell Pepper 5

      2:16
    • Bell Pepper 6

      2:11
    • Bell Pepper 7

      6:12
    • Your Project

      1:02

About This Class

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In this class, I will teach you how to paint a beautiful illustration of a bell pepper with watercolor and gouache. 

We will be using the glazing technique for this project, so get your blow-drier ready! :)

If you are a complete beginner, do not get intimidated by how complicated it might seem at first. I will guide you step-by-step through the whole process and by the end of the class, you will have a juicy red bell pepper! :)

I have created 25 free access links so you can watch the class completely free! 

Art supplies I am using:

Canson cold press watercolor paper (140lb)

Graphite pencil (HB-3H)

Kneaded eraser

Sennelier watercolors

Synthetic brush (No. 8)

Winsor & Newton Designer Gouache (Permanent White)

This will be a series of classes focusing on painting a single object with watercolors. 

If you are into food illustration the same way as me, then check out my other classes:

Delicious Illustrations: Watercolour Biscuits & Cookies

4 of 4 students recommendSee All

Love the food classes. Great narrated demonstration with step-by-step instructions.

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Kate Amedeo

Artist & Illustrator

Hi there! I'm Kate and I am an artist and an illustrator (and a mom of a wonderful 2-year-old). I live and work in Cornwall, UK. 

When I was very young I went to art school but did not finish it as I got really tired of everyone telling me what 'the right way' to do things is. I believe that in art there is no right or wrong :)

I returned to drawing and then painting after I started having problems with my health. Right after I gave birth to my daughter I was in pai...

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