How To Paint A Classic Flower Scene

In this tutorial, award-winning artist William Dunn will guide you through the process of creating a stunning piece of art inspired by a photograph of a European window scene. Using his expertise and talent, William will show you how to take the image and in some easy-to-follow steps add texture, depth, and interest to make it truly spectacular. William will guide you through the drawing process, explaining how to determine the proper composition and perspective for your scene. He'll demonstrate how to create a strong drawing that will serve as the foundation for your painting, emphasizing the importance of getting the drawing right before moving on to the painting stage. Throughout the video, William will provide tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your materials and create a painting that you'll be proud to display. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced artist, this tutorial will help you take your art to the next level.
Click here to view in an alternate video player Immerse yourself in this quaint tutorial that shows you how to paint a window and some watercolor flowers. Artist and watercolorist William “Bill” Dunn shows how to reinterpret this scene and tell a much more colorful and creative version of this painted story. Want to watch the video version? The full tutorial is available to members of Beebly's Watercolor Painting. PREVIEW How to sketch a window sill, stone platform, and flowers in a scene. How to mix primary colors and complimentary colors. How to paint different layers of a shrubbery and flowers. How to use a toothbrush to achieve the splatter technique for flowers. How to use a white paint effectively in watercolor. How to paint a brick wall using traditional colors. Paints (Holbein Artists' Watercolors) Lemon Yellow Orange Bright Orange Permanet Alizarin Crimson Cadmium Red Light Lavender Deep Purple Deep deep Purple (Mineral Violet) Olive Green Chromium of Oxide Viridian Cobalt Green Leaf Green Cerulean Blue Cobalt Blue Ultramarine Blue Indigo Neutral Tint (Transparent Black) Ivory Black Burnt Umber Burnt Sienna Yellow Ochre Quinacridone Gold Holbein Permanent White (in a tube) Watercolor Paper:  140-Pound Arches Coldpress Watercolor Paper Brushes: Escoda Synthetic Brush (size...

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William Dunn
William Dunn


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