Any part of that story sound familiar? If you've ever struggled with painting watercolor blooms, I've been there.
After years of avoiding loose florals, I decided I was going to figure them out if it was the last thing I did. So I practiced, and studied, and failed, and studied, and practiced...
...until I did it. I found a technique and process that made loose florals actually attainable.
And now, I want to share that process with you.
This is a replay of a live online workshop, where I spend two hours breaking down 5 loose florals (roses, poppies, forget-me-nots, tulips, and peonies) into basic strokes and simple steps.
This workshop is for you if:
- You're yearning to painting gorgeous loose watercolor blooms.
- You struggle translating florals into a loose watercolor style.
- You love simple processes that make complicated things seem totally doable.
This workshop is NOT for you if:
- You won't accept anything less than perfectly photo-realistic florals.
- You hate flowers and watercolor.
- You prefer to stay confused and frustrated in loose florals land.
“I always enjoy Kolbie's classes. She gives detailed instructions with visual examples and takes you through her process so that you can see exactly how to do something.”-Donna M.
In this replay of a live, virtual workshop, I'll take you through my process for painting loose watercolor florals, including:
- the basic strokes that form just about every petal and flower
- tips for water control and how to make soft, delicate blends
- step-by-step instructions on how to paint 5 different flowers
- my process for painting a luscious watercolor wreath