Professional watercolor artist Trevor Waugh confidently displays under the guidance of a soothing backing soundtrack how he would take on the complexities of painting white roses. Most people imagine white to be colorless but in actual fact it is anything but that. White is made up of all the colors of the spectrum and with a keen eye any aspiring artist can find these other colors! With a palette of pinks, reds, blues, violets and greens, Waugh uses a a variety of brushes to showcase his techniques and skills. This is a must watch for the aspiring watercolor artist!
This video shows Trevor Waugh doing what he does best in watercolor painting- …florals. With an entertaining and energetic approach Waugh deliberately and structurally takes to the paper with a variety of brushes to come to an eventual unveiling of a classic floral painting. This video tutorial is accompanied by an original soundtrack also composed by the artist Trevor Waugh, and creates a very relaxing painting experience. Follow his techniques and you won’t go far wrong. Pay attention to his color choices and in which order the watercolors are applied. Beautiful stuff.
Konstantin Sterkhov delivers a colorful insight into how he paints a collection of watercolor spring flowers in this short video art tutorial.
He begins by demonstrating how to paint ‘peach flowers’ using a dry and wet watercolor technique by where he creates using a modest amount of water on the brush a selection of peach flowers placed gingerly along a horizontal branch. This is the dry part of the technique and it is the heavy washy application and explosion of vibrant and pastel colors which dominates and contrasts nicely to create the background of this elegant floral painting.
This dry and wet technique is continued in the next two paintings which feature ‘sakura’ and ‘apple blossom’ flowers and are an ideal accompaniment to the original watercolor floral painting. The range of brushes which are used vary from medium flat brushes to large round brushes which are used for the washes. Get yourself kitted out and start learning to paint watercolor flowers which flow with elegance.
Here you will learn in a step by step fashion how to paint aspen trees on to canvas using acrylic paint. Artist Pearce begins the painting by applying a few large horizontal blends with a 4 inch brush to set the mood for the upcoming trees. Then using a natural sponge she dabs reds, oranges and yellows on the upper and lower tiers of the painting to create the illusion of leaves and florals. It is then time for the trees using a selection of different sized brushes. Follow the video and within hours you will have something really quite soothing to hang on your wall. This video is ideal for the beginner artist.
Top draw tattoo artist Antony Flemming showcases his tattooing skills on a customers arm. In this sleeve design he covers skulls, ships, florals and creates a truly spectacular design. It’s amazing what these guys can do with a tattoo gun. Pass your comments and support these guys remarkable talent.