Watercolour Paint Tips

Cost saving tips for Watercolour Paint Tubes, Watch a Demo and Make your own ART Journal
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7,246 students
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Learn 'how' to stretch paint pigments, a little further just by organizing and opening up tubes!
Watch 'how' to do a quick painting of tropical birds using paint from dried up tubes.
As a BONUS lecture, students will learn 'how' to make their own ART Journal

Requirements

  • No past painting knowledge required, only a stock of watercolor paints!

Description

Learn how to stretch your paint a little further, by not throwing your tubes after you squeezed the last drop. Open your tubes and there are lots of paint for further projects and paintings. Sometimes just organizing your tubes of paint, can show you at a glance how your inventory is, if you have too much of one pigment and not enough for another. Bev will demonstrate her own method of paint organization! With the extra pigments, she demonstrated a watercolour painting of three Tropical Birds.

Enjoy a BONUS lecture, where artists are shown 'how' to make their own ART Journal books from one sheet of Watercolour Paper!

Who this course is for:

  • Any skill level watercolorist artists would appreciate these cost saving tips!

Course content

1 section6 lectures34m total length
  • Introduction
    01:47
  • Organize Your Paints
    02:38
  • Open Your Tubes
    03:50
  • Other uses for Paints
    02:42
  • Watercolour Demo
    09:41
  • BONUS lecture 'How' to make your own ART Journal!
    13:47

Instructor

Professional Artist and Teacher
Bev Morgan
  • 4.7 Instructor Rating
  • 332 Reviews
  • 7,680 Students
  • 12 Courses

Proud member of the Southampton Art Gallery and School in Canada since 2011, Saugeen Artists Guild  and Federation of Canadian Artists..  She has  two passions 'travel and watercolours' by teaching on art conventions and three cruise lines. She has traveled to new destinations on cruise ships teaching watercolour during sea days. She instills art appreciation to her students and promote creativity. Bev proves her ability to maintain a highly motivated classroom and offers individualized support and provide encouragement to ensure that each student succeeds. During this Covid pandemic, her in person classes were replaced by small zoom classes.

She is  mostly self taught, but enjoys taking workshops with other artists to learn and continuing grows as an artist.