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.
A Watercolour garden scene painted in 10 minutes. Trevor Waugh shows his skill and mastery of watercolour with simple techniques designed to entertain and enlighten the viewer.
Here Trevor Waugh paints a beautiful flower garden for us.
The brushes that he uses are both round , the small one is a no8 “worker” from SAA the other is an old sable of mine No. 16.
He uses some great colours and the white paint is Titanium watercolour white by Rowney.
Trevor lives and works in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK He also runs painting courses for beginners as well as professionals at his studio.His book “Winning with Watercolour” became a top-
I am sure that you will agree with me that when it comes to painting flowers Trevor Waugh is the master.
For further works by this painter visit: http://www.trevorwaugh.com
Professional watercolor artist Trevor Waugh provides a nice video art tutorial here where he paints in a loose style a pretty Venetian landscape/seascape. Using only one brush the quick painting only takes a very small amount of time but it holds a lot of the principles necessary to create a nice mono chrome effect. The style of the painting is very Impressionistic and the detailing is more suggestive rather than exact. Whether you are a professional or an amateur there is lots to be learned in this short watercolor demonstration.