Learn to paint Watercolor Rustic Cottage Door
What you'll learn
- Learn about the techniques, tools & materials needed for painting watercolor rustic cottage door.
- Know the basic tips & techniques needed to paint watercolor door illustrations.
- Learn how to paint a rustic door illustration step by step.
- Compose and paint their own door illustrations later.
- Some prior experience of working with watercolors will come in handy for this class.
In this class students will learn the tips and techniques of painting a cottage style rustic door.
We will paint lovely red rustic door. With a lots of elements that will bring everything together and make the illustration fun to paint!
Painting detailed illustrations can be a little difficult but with the right techniques and step by step process in place you can become a pro at it with time & practice. If you have never worked with Watercolors I strongly suggest to first take a basics class before you try this.
It is preferable that students have some prior knowledge of working with Watercolors before they start with this class.
We will start with a rough sketch and paint the door illustration step by step with a detailed description.
This class also includes pdf resources that will come in handy as a watercolor artist whether you are a beginner or already familiar with Watercolors.
After taking this class the students will understand the basic techniques used and they will be able to come up with their own variations of painting rustic cottage doors.
· 100% Cotton Watercolor Paper 300gsm or more
· Round Brush
· Mixing palette
· Use Masking Tape if using thinner paper to prevent buckling
Who this course is for:
- This is intermediate level course for anyone who is familiar with using Watercolors and wants to dive into painting detailed watercolor illustrations.
This is Megha Cassandra!
I am the Founder, Artist & Educator at byTheArtBug.
I help upcoming & existing Creatives through my Art classes & courses.
I believe in simplifying and making art fun for everyone and that’s how I teach it.
Expensive materials don’t make a good artist but the right techniques do! It is also my way of giving back what all I have learned over the years.