I'm so glad to have you here! If I could offer you some coffee (or a delicious mug of hot chocolate) I TOTALLY would! I hope you're having a beautiful and inspiring holiday season so far. I can't believe it's almost Christmas!
If you didn't see or have a chance to download my free Christmas gift tag printout go HERE. These are little gift cards I made with my own little watercolor paintings! Simply download, print, cut and use them as you wish!
The past few days I've been working on some winter watercolor illustrations that will be included in a surprise I have for you all! I am designing a calendar for each month of 2018 and am going to be offering them for free to whoever signs up for my monthly newsletter (which you'll be able to find that here NEXT WEEK!). Yay!
Make sure to check back in this Friday for the second part of the Artist's Guide to Using References series. Click on the title to read the first part if you haven't already! The second one is going to be GOOD!
I'll explain how to set up a still life composition to photograph and later on work from. In the video within this post, I'll share a time-lapse of a watercolor painting I'm currently creating based on a photograph from this Monday's in-studio photoshoot. :)
Enjoy and see you then!
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10 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting with Watercolors
Why Sketchbooks are Essential Tools for Artists and a Few Usage Tips
Guide to Shading Techniques: Hatching, Cross-Hatching, Scribbling and Others
How to Effectively Use Other Artists' Work as Inspiration and a Great Method to Start Developing Your Own Artistic Style
How to Draw a Face