YouTubers you subscribe to?

This topic contains 22 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  Rebecca Coday 1 day, 6 hours ago.

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  • #106485
     Elizabeth Metz 
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    There are a ton of individual videos I’ve got saved for future reviewing or from which I’ve gleaned some useful ideas, but only a handful or two of folks to which I actually subscribe, because they consistently put out good stuff.

    I’m always looking for more.

    Your favorites?  (I’ll post mine in a bit.)

  • #106489
     Sharon Nolfi 
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    Teoh Yi Chie, The Mind of Watercolor, Minnie Small, Eve’s Bolt – Bolt’s Vault, the frugal crafter, for starters

  • #106492
     Elizabeth Metz 
    Participant

    Oooh, I haven’t found Bolt’s Vault yet.

    Might be a good night for video. 🙂

    • #106658
       Susan Cuss 
      Participant

      I’ll be checking out Teoh Yi Chie and Eve Bolt Sharon. Thanks!

      • #106664
         Elizabeth Metz 
        Participant

        Someone helpfully compiled most of his drawing/watercolor/urban sketching videos into a playlist.  I literally spent something like two or three days doing nothing but watching Teoh paint things.

        It was awesome. 😀

  • #106539
     Kate Powell 
    Participant

    Great subject.  Following.

  • #106650
     Sandra Strait 
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    Since I post a link list of resources for tangles, tutorials and giveaways three times a week, I follow many youtubers.  I already see some of my favorites listed here.  I’ve recently started following Yong Chen, after seeing his video in the ‘Beginner’s to Watercolour’ group.  He has some very interesting techniques.

  • #106655
     Susan Cuss 
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    I follow a wide variety of youtube artists:

    Mind of Watercolor, Angela Fehr, Umberto Rossini, Lazywonderbrush, Maria Raczynska, Rick Surowicz, Yong Chen, Peter Scheeler, Anna Mason, Andrew Geeson, Iulia Carchelan, Sumiyo Toribe, Tim Wilmot, Grant Fuller & Trevor Waugh. Hmmmm, it’s a wonder I have any time left to paint! lol!

    • #106665
       Elizabeth Metz 
      Participant

      LOL!  The struggle is real.  😀

    • #106667
       Sharon Nolfi 
      Participant

      Yes, Susan, I follow some of those, too! So much good content available.

  • #106737
     Lisa 
    Participant

    Peter Scheeler and Rick Surowicz are my current favorites.

  • #106743
     Kate Powell 
    Participant

    A favorite who speaks to beginners, and also has an excellent class called Delicious Paint (beginners but I learned a huge amount!)  Tracey Fletcher King is funny and a GREAT teacher!  Her YouTube site:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4W9cYJ4DX03rzQeaNPH_rA

    • This reply was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by  Kate Powell.
    • #110041
       Susan Cuss 
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      Thanks Kate, I’m going to check out Tracey Fletcher King, cuz, you know, there can’t be too many wonderful artists from which to learn, right?

    • #110140
       Elizabeth Metz 
      Participant

      Aaaaand my subscribed list grows by another. (few)

  • #110042
     Susan Cuss 
    Participant

    from *whom* to learn

  • #110544
     Lisa 
    Participant

    The third lesson down by Joe Cibere is free and I did it very successfully.  http://joecibere.teachable.com/courses/

    • #110551
       Sandra Strait 
      Participant

      Lisa, Thank you for the link to the free class – it looks amazing.

      • #110594
         Lisa 
        Participant

        It was really fun to do, and he is a good teacher!

  • #110630
     Nay Aung 
    Participant

    Nitin Singh and Tim Wilmot are on my list.In my opinion,I had more fun while learning from Nitin.

    • This reply was modified 5 days, 5 hours ago by  Nay Aung.
    • #110633
       Sharon Nolfi 
      Participant

      I agree both are good, but Nitin more fun!

      • #110671
         Susan Cuss 
        Participant

        I’m going to check out Nitin. Thanks.

    • #110650
       Sandra Strait 
      Participant

      Thank you for these names!

  • #111450
     Rebecca Coday 
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    I had no idea I had so many artist subscriptions on You-tube until I looked!

    Stefan Bauman has some wonderfully inspiring art talks, but not about watercolor.

    Deb Watson, Anna Mason, Anita Gazinska and Joanne Sharpe all provide great lessons.

    Strathmore Artist Papers has some great tutorials that I have learned new techniques from.

    And lastly, because I use Peerless Watercolor Paks I found some good info on using and storing them with Jennifer McGuire Ink.

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