Painting Daffodils in Watercolour £15

daffodil watercolour painting tuition

Video with voiceover learning how to see tone and use this in your painting to create shape and light.

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Suitable for beginners

These paintings use a combination of wet-in-wet and wet-on-dry methods.  We study how to see tone and how to use this in your painting to create form and light.

The first video has voiceover instruction on the principles involved.  The second video has no voiceover and allows you simply to enjoy watching the process develop using the techniques learnt in the first video.

Course contents:

Permanent access to two videos
Video 1: 15 mins – painting a single daffodil flower
Video 2: 50 mins – painting a bunch of flowers
Printable PDF file with instructions, hints and tips

Learning points

This second video has no voiceover to allow you to enjoy watching the techniques from the first video used on a larger scale.

  • How to study tone
  • Choosing your palette of colours
  • Lost and found edges
  • Developing ideas


These are the colours I have used.  Please don’t worry if you haven’t got these, it is worth experimenting – I have suggested alternatives in the course contents.

Ultramarine Blue
Raw Sienna
Burnt Sienna
Lemon Yellow
Permanent Yellow deep (ShinHan professional watercolour transparent)
Colbalt Blue
Pthalo Turquoise

Other Materials

Watercolour paper, brushes, kitchen towel, water.

Daffodils trailer from Kaye Parmenter on Vimeo.