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Wintery Watercolor Splashes - How to paint snow

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Teacher

Elise Aabakken

Price

Free

Amount of students

142

Start date

Self-Paced

On-demand video

1 hours

Downloadable resources

9

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Great teacher and beginner friendly (%11)
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Content

1. Welcome to Class! 2:02

2. Our Class Project 1:37

3. Supplies 3:44

4. Practicing Water Control 7:07

5. The Sketch - How to 2:32

6. The Splash - How to 5:28

7. The Details - How to 5:34

8. The Snow - How to 2:21

9. Final thoughts 1:54

Overview

This class is for anyone and everyone who enjoys exploring their watercolors, and i will go through all the steps thoroughly so it's easy to follow along! The splashing effect in this class is one of my favorites, and using it for different effects in paintings is so much fun! In this class we'll be using them for wintery landscapes, which allows us to also practice painting white subjects .

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She shows how to do a relaxing project that would make a great gift! really nice and relaxed class elise :d very well produced with the music, movements, slow motion and zooming in :) also, this is my new favorite technique for snow and stars :) thank you! the instructions are very clear, I love that you mention too how to fix little mistakes that could appear in this process / painting.

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