Watercolor Paint Realistic Snowy Trees & Bushes
What you'll learn
- Study snowy trees to prepare for a painting.
- Sketch realistic snowy trees without trees looking fake.
- Draw and paint "negative space".
- Use the "lost-and-found" technique.
- Paint shadows on snow.
- Use contrast to create depth in a painting.
- Any watercolor brush
- Any brand of watercolor paint
- Any brand of watercolor paper
- Any pencil
- Clean water in a cup or bowl
- Kneaded eraser
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- 40 minutes of high-definition video
- Separated into stages so you can follow along at your own pace
- Only basic watercolor supplies required: a pencil, a brush, some paints, paper and water
- Award-winning, English-speaking instructor
Through teaching a still-life painting step-by-step, this 2-Time Teacher Of The Year shows you everything you need to know to paint tricky things such as:
- Realistic snowy trees & bushes
Let the teacher take the difficulty out of the painting with easy-to-follow instructions, constant encouragement, and a great sense of humor.
Who this course is for:
- This course is meant for newer artists who want to understand basic principles of watercolor painting.
- This course is intended for you if you want to learn more techniques in watercolor painting.
Steve Curl is a rare individual; he's both an award-winning artist and an award-winning instructor who trained in art school years ago. He loves being outdoors painting landscapes and seascapes inspired by his travels. He regularly teaches in Palo Alto and Yosemite.
Best In Show, "Landscapes & Seascapes" Pacific Art League of Palo Alto 2003
Featured Exhibit, Annual Yosemite Renaissance Exhibition 2009, 2010
Featured Exhibit, “The Light Of Landscape In Watercolor”, Portola Art Gallery
Teacher Of The Year (Twice), Pacific Art League of Palo Alto