Love the look of watercolors and wish you had the ability to paint like that? Believe it or not, you probably do, Many watercolor techniques are super easy, and once you master them, you are well on your way to becoming an impressive artist. No previous experience required. Learn the tips and tricks of the pros with these 36 awesome watercolor tutorials.
Learn how to make a watercolor feather wreath in this simple tutorial from Ink Struck. You can create pretty greeting cards with a lovely message in the center or put it up as wall art as it is. They look gorgeous in any form.
Blending or wet on wet technique is the method of dropping in color while the paint is still wet. This creates the look of a seamless transition of color. Have a look at this tutorial from The Alison Show as well for different ways you can blend and some other ideas.
This is such a beautiful and creative project. Loved the step-by-step tutorial. It gives me hope that maybe I could duplicate it, although sure it will be much cruder. But nonetheless, I would love to try it sometime.
Watermelon screams for summer! This delicious and juicy fruit always evokes memories of fun, picnics, and warm weather. Who can miss this tasty fruit? Get a slice of summer with this Watercolor Watermelon tutorial from Craftsy. With just 4 steps, you can create a watermelon painting with no sweat, and nearly as sweet as the real thing.
This is such a wonderful demo and tutorial of Watercolor Shutters. Now I am going to also try this method on a different picture of patina that I have been wanting to paint. I had not known how to start it, but reading through this post gave me the confidence to finally give it a whirl.
A watercolor still life that looks like the real thing needs three important elements: depth, light, and color. Learn how to create a lovely still life in watercolor with this awesome tutorial from Grow Creative and learn basic techniques for capturing light, and mixing color.
This beginner-friendly watercolor tutorial will show you how to paint the silhouette of a black cat watching a harvest moon. I must say I can dabble in this project right away since it looks so simple and easy.
Paint a watercolor leaf in less than 30 seconds! Once you read through this tutorial you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to paint a leaf. You’ll be an expert in no time. This is a one-stroke process so it’ll be a piece of cake!
The transparency of watercolors is one of the underlying qualities that make watercolor painting so beautiful! A technique you can try is to layer your watercolors. Learn how to control the layering technique with this quick and easy tutorial from The Alison Show.
Create your own beautiful winter scenes, and don’t worry – this super simple watercolor tutorial is great for beginner and aspiring artists. This DIY art project is perfect for both people who love going out in the snow and those who’d prefer to view it from afar. It’s even perfect to do this with your kids.