With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you might be looking to give something with a personal touch. I’ve always been more excited to receive something that was made with love than something that was simply grabbed at the local drugstore in a pinch.
Painting flowers is a soothing practice that can sometimes take a little patience. With a loose style of watercolour painting, you can experiment with the medium and allow yourself to give up a little bit of control.
So you want to start watercolour painting, but you don’t know where to begin. There are a few essential tools you’ll need that I will be covering in a variety of posts to help you understand the benefits and disadvantages of different supplies.
It’s been feeling a lot like Christmas over on the Wonder Forest YouTube channel lately. The Holiday Card series will teach you how to create lovely, unique cards that you can send to your family and friends this season.
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.
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.