Beginners to Watercolour

Beginner STILL LIFE Tutorials

This topic contains 28 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Yvonne Reeder 6 months ago.

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  • #141842
     Sandra Strait 
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    Thank you for the link, Yvonne! I hope I can find the time to watch this one soon.  I do love painting pears!

    #141873
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    You’re welcome Sandra!  Pears are my favourite fruit and I like them when they are crispy crunchy green yet. lol  Mama used to can them with a bit of clove and called them “pickled pears” which I loved most of all! Yummy! 😋

    #144558
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    Allison Fennell demonstrates a Still Life of Wine Glass and Grapes.

    #149784
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    Peony and Parakeet offers us a demonstration of her process with a colourful still life.  While not as instructional as some, she offers some great tips along the way.

    #152345
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    Lindsay Weirich, The Frugal Crafter steps us through a still life of “Tea Time with Strawberries”.

    #154079
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    Lana Privitera demonstrates her process replicating a still life of a Green Glass Bottle and how to perfect a more realistic effect.

    #154350
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    (Cross-Posting to both Floral and Still Life Forums)

    Ken Hobson demonstrates both sketching and watercolouring a Floral Still Life:

    https://youtu.be/1_o1f2K1x4s

    • This reply was modified 11 months, 3 weeks ago by  Yvonne Reeder.
    #157897
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    Little World of Art demonstrates a Teacup & Saucer using Sennelier pigments of Ultramarine Blue, Opera Rose, Purple, Lemon Yellow, Sap Green and Cirnereous:

    #171882
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    Girls with Paint demonstrates a beginners still life using the wet on wet technique.

    #172196
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    Little World of Art demonstrates a Floral Still Life done with Sennelier pigments of Burnt Sienna, Ultramarine Blue, Purple Opera Rose, Permanent Rose and Sap Green.

    You will see this post twice as I’m adding it to both forums for Flowers and Still Life.

    #172200
     Sandra Strait 
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    @sandra-strait

    Thank you for the link, Yvonne!

    #174000
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @von

    Scarlett Damen demonstrates a lovely “Old English Lantern” and gives a quick add-in demo on how she’s done the bricks.  Really nice tutorial!

    #174072
     Sandra Strait 
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    @sandra-strait

    Another one to add to my ‘must watch’ list! Thank you, Yvonne!

    #174697
     Yvonne Reeder 
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    @sandra-strait You’re welcome Sandra!  I like that it’s a short one but even with that, within it,  she included a step-out mini video tutorial on painting the bricks.  It was a brilliant idea for what could have been a complicated demo for a beginner.

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