Wings On Wind: How To Paint Wings And Make Your Subject Fly Away From The Paper

Olga Peregood, Speaks: ENGLISH | РУCCКИЙ

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7 Videos (28m)
    • Paint White On White Paper?

    • Get A Recipe!

    • If You Do Not Have A Washing Machine

    • Flying Fluffy White Feathers Tutorial

    • His Sister Tutorial

    • Teacher's Wish

    • Bounus lesson. Snowy Caps On Wind


About This Class


How to paint white on white piece of paper? Our paper is white. If our subject is white, it is already here.

In Olga's class you not only learn the basics about painting whites in watercolor, tips and techniques but become a viewer of wonderful creation process and see how white goose with fluffy feathers will appear and fly away from the paper (as Olga's chosen subjects are always fun)!

Followed by her popular class on Skillshare "Watercolor Treasure Chest: 7 Techniques For Amazing Watercolors".

18 of 18 students recommendSee All

Awesome class. Very creative and loose
Beautiful painter and teacher
Yes, I would recommend this class. Olga has a very easy way of teaching. Keep up the beautiful classes and thank you for doing them for us.





Olga Peregood



I fall in love with watercolor after a long way on my art journey. I was a master of digital graphic when I was a professional web designer. I was making web design for web sites and GUI. My carrier move to design in polygraphy, publishing and press. All my art was about the definition, sharpness and pixels. I was like a fish in a water in graphical programs. I saw color in CMYK, lines as vector objects. Today watercolor became my philosophy, it`s a state of mind, which comes from things I have always dream to aim for in my life - freedom, positive thinking, letting go life as it is, uniqueness, wellness and this process are still long. Today my passion for this magical medium led me to my Skillshare class to freely share my new art adventures and discoveries among wonderful artists and I am so happy with that! I paint not only one particular subject. I paint everything I see interesting and what excites me as time goes by.