How to Paint a Watercolor Floral Wreath Premium class
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Part 1: Introduction0:44
Part 2: Supplies2:25
Part 3: Practicing Brush Strokes & Leaves2:32
Part 4: Creating the wreath base8:56
Part 5: Adding flowers to the wreath12:34
About This Class
This step-by-step tutorial is a guided lesson on how to paint a modern floral wreath with watercolors. It's a great exercise for all skill levels, as it uses basic supplies and techniques.
When you are done, you will have a beautiful piece of artwork that you can frame, cut/trim and use as stationery, or even digitize for use with graphic design. You will also receive two PDFs with helpful tips and reference images, as well as a bonus art print with inspirational quote.
1. A small bowl, approx. 6" in diameter.
2. A drawing pencil, 2H or lighter
3. Paint brushes (feel free to use what you have on hand, but this lesson uses 3 Round Brushes, sizes 1, 5, and 10.)
4. Watercolor paints (An inexpensive palette is fine, the one used in the lesson is the Artist's Loft set from Michael's.)
5. Watercolor paper (Cold pressed, 140lb or higher)
6. Cup of water
7. Absorbent paper towel (I prefer the Viva brand)
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I know it's been pitched as beginners level, but I think there's a need to have some basic background in painting. But otherwise, it's easy to follow.
This was fun an easy to follow for beginners like me. I made one wreath already and plan to do several more.
Textiles and Fashion Designer, Artist, and Mom
Hi, I'm Cate, and I'm just a little in love with flowers, watercolors, and Diet Dr. Pepper. I'm a photographer by day, designer by night, and a proud Hallmark Channel Christmas movie enthusiast. This is my happy corner of the internet where I will share with you my latest tutorials. Follow along on Instagram (@bellaloveletters) for glimpses into my process, free downloads, and info about upcoming live workshops!
Art sold here: www.bellaloveletters.etsy.com
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