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Complete video course to paint spring flowers in different techniques

Course description

  • 3 spring flowers plots

  • 4 recorded video modules

  • paint at your own pace

  • Individual video feedback sessions up-to 20 minutes each, twice per module* (one session for main plot and one extra session for the individual practice)

  • Access to the gallery with photos for training

  • Course is open for 1 month after the purchase

Module 1. Introductory part

  • Materials for the course

  • Watercolor techniques (bleeding, blending, wet and dry techniques)

  • Volume in painting flowers

  • Color theory: sophisticated green, colors for shadows.

  • Flower Composition


  • Module 2. Snowdrops

  • Color theory for painting white flowers

  • Negative painting in flower compositions

  • Working with contrast.


Module 3. Daffodils flowers

  • Color theory for yellow flowers

  • Complementary colors as a composition element.

  • Wet on Wet technique

  • Relaxing aspect in painting, paint flow and relaxed hand.

Module 4. Tulips

  • Color theory for red flowers

  • Combination of wet and dry techniques

  • Working with focus in flower compositions.


* not included in the package without feedback

Price for the course with feedback sessions: 90 euro

Price for the course without feedback sessions: 50 euro

Price for a single feedback session (1 painting): 15 euro



  • Watercolor paper: 100% cotton, grain fin, 300 gr. Possible brands: Arches, Fabriano Artistico, Saunders Waterford. Size: around A4.

  • Watercolor paper for exercises: cellulose, at least 200 gr, any brand will be fine.

  • Watercolour paints. Possible brands: Van Gogh, White Nights, Schmincke, Rembrandt, Sennelier. No specific pigments are needed, but I recommend in addition to a usual watercolor set to have dioxazine purple, ultramarine (deep/middle), burnt siena.

  • Brushes: hake (flat big goat brush, 2-3cm width), round synthetic with a sharp end (#6-8) example Escoda Perla 8, schlepper (thin brush with long hair).

  • Masking fluid


  • board to stick the paper (better glass, plastic one). If you have a wooden one, give it a try.

  • kitchen paper towel

  • 2 glasses for water

  • pencil, eraser

  • masking tape

  • palette or flat white plate

Watercolor flowers course: Text
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