I have found the best way of making progress is to paint a lot of pictures. They needn't be large paintings; small studies can still teach you a lot. Even just doodling with a brush-full of paint. It is a fact that someone who paints a hundred small paintings in six weeks will be a more accomplished painter than one who labours over a single large painting over the same period of time.
So, following on from my previous tutorial on planning a watercolour painting you will have answered the questions raised and made the necessary thumbnail sketches and notes I'm sure...
Or, subscribe to my online "art group" and learn to paint at your own pace. Available by subscription starting at £6 a month. With a full refund within 14 days if you decide it's not for you, you have nothing to lose.
You will find step-by-step tutorials that link to over 24 detailed articles on every aspect of painting. Plus I will be adding at least 2 new tutorials a month. Challenges, ideas and inspiration are also included.
The content is linked to my ebook' "The watercolour book : how to paint anything", which is aimed at teaching all levels of ability.
If you have something you would like to paint but don't know where to start or just need some help you can book a one-to-one virtual lesson via any means available to you for £12.50.
Membership is paid for by block booking so by not re-registering at the end of the term you will effectively be unsubscribing.
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