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    Feeling a bit lost on where to start?

    Art Tutor offers a two-part series of Watercolour Cherries on a Branch

    Pt. 1

    Pt. 2

    A terrific Beginner’s Project with guest blogger. Brenda Swenson, at Daniel Smith Watercolours:

    WATERCOLOUR BY SCARLETT DAMEN brings us a full tutorial on botanical painting:

    Lindsay Wierich (The Frugal Crafter) gives us a Mixed Media piece of Fruit & Vegetables in Watercolours and Inktense. You will see this post twice as I’m adding it to two of our Forums (Fruit & Veggies as well as Mixed Media).

    Jay Lee shows us his process of some Lemons with Foliage.  He doesn’t tell us what Pigments he’s using, but the simplicity of the project is done in what appears to be those Pigments found in every starter kit one might buy.

    Watercolours with Michael steps us through his process as he paints an atmospheric bowl and tomatoes. The photograph reference is from the website Paint My Photo and the Photographer is Viacheslav, one of my favourites there.

    Anna Mason demos how to achieve “blooms” on fruit such as with these tasty plums:

    Paint academy tutors us in a Vegetables Still Life. This video has been posted in the Still Life’s forum as well.

    Allison Fennell steps us through a full tutorial of an apple and blossom branch piece that is so pretty! (Please note that somehow the video order got shuffled on this and the actual beginning starts at 14:06 minutes, so fast forward. Technology is not every painters forte so we can be forgiving, right? 😍)

    Maria Raczynska demonstrates a yummy Fruit Tart!

    Maria Raczynska treats us to an Ice Cream Cone demo!

    Nicola Blakemore demonstrates a lemon using a wax resist.

    Lindsay Weirich, The Frugal Crafter, teaches us how to paint a Sweet Raspberry Dessert. (yum!)

    Thank you, Yvonne! I love Lindsay’s work.

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