Painting flowers is a great way to familiarize yourself with watercolour because there are so many different shapes you can create and so many different colour combinations to discover.
My hand lettering journey started during high school with copperplate calligraphy. After a many (many) year break, I started relearning hand lettering in both calligraphy and brush lettering.
While apartment living hasn’t yet allowed me to host my own backyard soiree, I still tend to fantasize about the ultimate summer party…complete with pool floats, great music and of course, food!
I just recently moved and it was a big move — one that took me out of my childhood home in the suburbs and into a house in the city with my partner, her brother, and our three dogs.
One of the things I had a lot of trouble with when I started filming videos for my YouTube channel and Watercolour Workshop was figuring out a way to secure my camera above my work table for the perfect birds-eye-view.
This loose style of painting is not something I am 100% comfortable with. My natural painting style seems to be much more controlled, focused on details and proper anatomy.
We are loving bright colours and simple projects in the Wonder Forest lately, so I thought I’d share with you some of my recent favourite DIYs that you can try this weekend!
I am so excited for Spring! I can’t wait for flowers to be blooming, birds to be chirping, the sun to be shining and of course, the joy of Easter (because let’s face it, Easter also means chocolate).