Wild primroses – online tuition
Would you like to have a go at painting wild primroses, firstly by experimenting with greens, texture, shape and colour and then bringing all the techniques to together to paint a cluster of primroses. The flowers are beautifully pale and the leaves are full of texture.
- Permanent access to 2 videos:
- Ongoing help by email should you have any questions and/or critique on work
- Free monthly email with watercolour hints and tips
Link and password emailed after payment received. (Please remember to check your spam folder if email not received)
What you will learn:
Video 1: Demonstration to help with colour, texture and shape. An 18 minute video shows how to capture the essence of wild primroses with a few fun warm up exercises.
Video 2: Painting a bigger single bunch of wild primroses. A 20 minute video demonstration.
Please don’t worry if you don’t have all these colours. I would definitely recommend having an experiment with the paints you already have in your palette.
1. Ultramarine Blue
2. Pthalo Blue
3. Permanent Mauve
5. Lemon Yellow
6. Permanent Yellow Deep (you could use Cadmium Yellow)
7. Burnt Sienna
8. Raw Sienna
Watercolour paper – Saunders Waterford 300gsm NOT High white
Brushes round, 14, 4/6, 2 and rigger