You’ll Love This Flower Painting Book If:
- You love painting flowers & want to know more
- You want to learn from expert artist Sharon Hinckley
- You love working in watercolor & want to create vibrant flowers
Once you master these watercolor painting basics from Sharon Hinckley you’ll have everything to you need to start painting flowers. Learn new watercolor painting techniques for how to paint flowers such as a rose, daisy, poppy, lily, hydrangea and more. Compose a beautiful bouquet of blooms or create an exciting outdoor scene, wherever you find inspiration you’ll be ready. In addition to great flower watercolor painting tips and tricks you’ll also learn how to paint leaves, strong backgrounds and more.
These step-by-step flower painting projects and watercolor painting demonstrations make flower painting easy! Get hands-on experience painting flowers with these basic exercises. This watercolor painting books is great for beginners!
In Watercolor Basics; Painting Flowers You’ll Learn:
- How to choose & mix the right colors for your flower portrait
- How to paint leaves, backgrounds & compose strong arrangements & outdoor scenes
- Tips & techniques for painting daisies, hydrangeas, roses, lilies, poppies and much more
Check Out This Excerpt From Watercolor Basics; Painting Flowers:
After much painting and shopping, I have created a palette containing sixteen colors; enough to give me easy and variety of handling, yet not so many to be confusing. Choice is good, but too much choice is exhausting.
Winsor Violet [Dioxazine]
Alizarin Brown Madder
These colors are all manufactured by Winsor & Newton except for the Opera, made by Holbein.
A Word From the Author:
"I love painting! It’s such a direct way to enjoy the experience of life, color and nature. I always tell my students that painting is so much easier than photography. And it’s really true! In photography it’s frequently necessary to buy another piece of equipment—a new lens, camera body, filters, lights…ad naueam—to obtain the desired results. Not so with painting. Once you’ve invested in a basic set of quality materials, there is no need to make additional purchases to improve the quality of your work. All you really need is to spend time at your easel." — Sharon Hinckley
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