One of the watercolor problems that every artist needs to learn to solve is handling the paintings that they don’t think are good enough. It happens to us all, believe me. Eventually you will hear yourself say I hate my art ! Here are some strategies for handling that eventuality with grace.
If there’s one thing that’s bound to lift your mood when you are feeling a bit down, it’s painting a rooster. Come and find out how to paint a rooster in watercolour and instantly lift your mood.
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Ever thought about having a go at a portrait in watercolour?
Good thinking… and these 10 tips for beginners are sure to get you off to a flying start.
Have you heard the story of Goldilocks and the 3 art supplies? If you have ever wondered if you are choosing the ‘right’ art supplies, this is for you…
If you are anything like me you have a box of watercolour paint and you can't resist splashing a bit into your sketchbook. This gets you thinking about 'proper' watercolour painting. Is sketchbook paper good enough?
Yes and no. It really ….
These days watercolour is available in so many different types and forms. I am yet to meet one that I don't like.
If you are looking at getting into watercolour, or considering expanding your collection, here is a round up for you. I have included a description…