Watercolor Class Preview: How to tape down your watercolor paper without ripping paper later. How paint travels on wet paper versus dry paper and why that matters. How watercolor paper is different than …

Watercolor Class Preview: What to look for when buying a watercolor palette. Why “tinting strength” makes the difference between mixing colors and mixing mud. How to select your paints for your palette. Why “paint personality” …

Watercolor Class Preview: How to elevate your canvas to paint a sky with clouds. When to paint with your canvas upside-down. How to paint a horizon. How to make the foreground pop out …

Watercolor Class Preview: Why you should tilt your paper to create different effects. Why speed is critical for creating initial color washes. How to paint a street scene. Why brush wetness influences color transitions. …

Watercolor Class Preview: How to paint a street scene. How to paint reflections. How to use colors to create a mood for a rainy day. How to highlight the foreground against the background. How …

Watercolor Class Preview: How to paint a sunlit indoor scene. What you’re trying to achieve with your initial wash. How to use paper towels to create highlights. How to make decisions that reinforce …

Watercolor Class Preview: How to prepare color schemes for plein air paintings. Why you want to scribble an initial thumbnail sketch. How to pick the right size of watercolor paper for plein air. Why …

Watercolor Class Preview: How to paint close-up limes How to paint highlights and shadows How to paint reflections How to layer glazes How to add texture Click here to view in an alternate video …
Acrylic Flowers Painting Technique

Watercolor Class Preview: How to use acrylic paint. When to paint with a kitchen sponge for special effects. When to paint with a palette knife for special effects. When to let paint dry …
How to paint a harbor view scene

Watercolor Class Preview: How to paint an overcast sky. How to paint water. When to let paint dry before continuing. How to paint buildings. How to separate foreground from background. Why you want …