Watercolor flower painting and a monochrome bouquet | Melissa Conde | Skillshare

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Watercolor flower painting and a monochrome bouquet

teacher avatar Melissa Conde, Artist, illustrator

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Lessons in This Class

6 Lessons (27m)
    • 1. Intro

    • 2. Project and materials

    • 3. Painting Flowers

    • 4. Painting Greenery

    • 5. Monochromatic Bouquet

    • 6. Final thoughts

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About This Class

Hi welcome to my new class!

Let´s paint some flowers and greenery?

In this class you will learn how to paint without drawing flowers and greenery which you can use to combine in a wide variety of compositions, artworks, pattern making, cards the works!

It´s a serene and calm class where you can leave the world outside and take a moment to make art and relax.

We start by painting different flowers and super cute greenery and end it by putting it all together in a beautiful monochrome bouquet.

Botanical watercolors

Amazon Flowers in watercolor (drawing and painting)

Meet Your Teacher

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Melissa Conde

Artist, illustrator



A warm welcome to you.

If you like watercolor botanicals and fashion illustrations, you're in the right place.

I'm Melissa Conde a Brazilian Artist, illustrator and for last couple of years also a surface pattern designer!

I work with watercolors on paper, I am always looking forward to learning new and beautiful things to pass on my learning experience to you all ! This is my passion.



A little bit more about Her.


Melissa Conde is an Artist and Surface Pattern Designer. 

She graduated from Fine Arts University UNESP (Sao Paulo - Brazil) following with a full scholarship for a

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1. Intro: Hi everybody. My name is Melissa Conde, and today I will go over watercolor on loose flowers. I will explore with you some of my favorite flowers and greenery for the class project we´ll be making a monochromatic bouquet. And I hope that you leave this class with a set of skills that you can take on to future projects. I can't wait to see your work. So let's get started. 2. Project and materials: So for our class project, we will be making this beautiful monochromatic flower bouquet. This is what I will be using during the class. A few shades of green, a few shades of blue, and a couple of free choice. To make our flowers. We will need a paper towel, a glass of water. And throughout the class I will be using only one brush, which is this one, the number six. You can use whatever you have available to you. And for paper, I will be using 300. Gms. canson paper. 6. Final thoughts: Thank you so much for watching this class. If you haven't yet, I suggest you take my class how to sell your work online. First steps. So you can learn how to clean up your florals on Photoshop and if you like, you can learn how to upload them on red bubble, make patterns with it, and sell them online. Okay. I hope you have a great time and I'm looking forward to seeing your work in the project section of the class. Bye.