Painting watercolor scenes can be a relaxing way to unwind after a long day. Set aside some quality time to paint in your own studio, or at your dining room table – or wherever you create!
The videos in this week were all recorded in real-time; there are a few moments cut here and there, but other than those, students will get to view the whole process from start to finish. (Instructor note: There’s a bit of boring chatter throughout, as it’s hard to fill that much time!)
Sketches for each scene are available for download as large images on an A2 page, or as a small image appropriate for a greeting card. Those able to sketch freehand can approach them that way, but folks who need help in tracing an image can do so using transfer paper or lightbox to sketch a few outlines onto watercolor paper.
Note: these materials were originally created as a free series on YouTube by instructor Sandy Allnock. They were an early foray into her watercolor teaching, and have had minor edits applied for this course.
- Introductory Level
- 2.5 hours of video instruction
- Supplies are found in the free preview lesson
- Language: English
The lessons can be viewed anytime and at your leisure; there are hours of instruction that you can watch again and again for years to come:
Lecture1.1 FREE Pre-class Lesson with supply list (20 min of video content)
Lecture1.2 Paint-Along Barn (27 min)
Lecture1.3 Paint-Along Lighthouse (28 min)
Lecture1.4 Paint-Along Mountain (23 min)
Lecture1.5 Paint-Along Forest (16 min)
Lecture1.6 Paint-Along Night Scene (23 min)