Paint a dragonfly using basic brush marks.
An easy way to get a nice, round moon without masking, plus a variety of techniques for suggesting trees, foliage and branches.
How to paint a kayaker paddling near a cliff in watercolor. Another simple monochrome “silhouette” painting using the skills learned in the Project 4 section of Watercolor Jumpstart.
Super-simple and minimal supplies: a watersoluble pen, a wet brush and a postcard or sketchbook. This is basically a form of line-and-wash, but doesn’t seem to be taught or discussed much. My favorite super-lightweight sketching strategy.
One approach to designing and planning a painting of your own, using a holiday postcard as an example. Come plan along with me!