I don’t typically paint from a photo. So how DO I work? Most of the time, my paintings slowly evolve toward the final version. In this video, look over my shoulder and watch as one of my paintings evolves from initial concept sketch to the final version.
Make your inner critic work for you, instead of against you, by challenging lazy thinking and asking the right questions.
3 simple strategies you can use to start designing simple paintings of your own, even if you just picked up a brush for the first time today.
Planning an entire meal involves more than just knowing cooking techniques. Chances are, you’re all quite familiar with this sort of planning, so let’s see how it connects with planning watercolors.
Some things to watch out for that make it easier or harder to reserve lights and whites in watercolor.
This article is the first of a series on creating more powerful, personal and expressive paintings. When I teach watercolor classes or workshops, there is often a moment where a student comes up to me, thrusts a painting into my face and demands: Tell me what’s wrong with it. What do I need to fix?…