Watercolor artist Steven Cronin guides you through his methods of taking on a Loch with a radiant sun. His expert commentary is useful and very easy to follow and makes watercolors enjoyable. What amazes me is how much coverage you can achieve in such little time with watercolors. So imitate his style and see what magic you can conjure up.
British watercolor artist Steven Cronin gives you another instalment of how to paint with confidence in watercolors. This time he chooses to paint a scene from Lake Buttermere in the Lake District. He is very specific with the tools he uses to compose his paintings and the kit used is as follows. The paper is 15″ x 11″ Fabriano watercolor paper. The brushes used are the large Ron Ranson hake and a number 3 rigger. My regular palette consists of 7 Cotman watercolors – Raw Sienna, Burnt Umber, Light Red, Ultramarine, Lemon Yellow, Payne’s Gray and Alizarin Crimson. I’m sure this video tutorial will not disappoint so grab your kit and paint along.
This is the second installation of the two part series by Steven Cronin showing you how to paint a beautiful Loch on a winter’s day in watercolors.
Professional watercolor artist Steven Cronin shows how you can capture the true English countryside in this wonderful painting. His easy to follow step my step real time approach makes for great viewing. If watercolors are your thing then this artist is definitely one to follow. his approach is very versatile and loose, not at one point does he allow his painting to get too bogged down with complexities. Enjoy.