The equipment needed for botanical watercolour painting.
Different watercolour techniques to build up your painting.
How to fix mistakes on your painting.
How to complete a detailed painting of your own.
Some basic equipment is required and can be found in the preview video.
I teach botanical and insect illustration and through this experience I've learnt the problems that you might come up against when you first start out with watercolour. I will walk you through the whole process from beginning to end. We'll cover basic equipment required, setting up your specimen, sketching, tonal study, transferring the image to your watercolour paper, and then the real fun begins. We'll go through building up your painting from wet in wet, all the way to dry brush to add those final details at the end. Along the way I'll include lots of tips and techniques to help you learn to paint Eucalyptus leaves, and these techniques can be applied to other subjects.
Who this course is for:
Beginner and intermediate watercolour artists interested in botanical art
Cheryl is an award winning Australian botanical artist with over 20 years experience. She teaches botanical and insect illustration in watercolour. She uses various watercolour techniques to build up her detailed paintings. With a focus on Australian native plants and insects, Cheryl hopes to inspire others to appreciate their uniqueness and beauty.