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Learn how to paint a YELLOW wildflower using watercolor during this full length video tutorial class. Follow along with artist Mira O’Brien as she guides you step by step how to paint a flower in a botanical style. Through a process of close observation and layering, we will capture the details of these delicate subjects. Discover a new way to appreciate even small instances of nature in your immediate surroundings through botanical illustration.
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- Watercolors: Any basic set of watercolors will suffice for this class. I will be using pigments such as lemon yellow, yellow “pure”, quinacridone purple, cobalt blue, and more… but I will also suggest alternative combinations if you don’t have the exact same pigments as me.
- Small and/ or medium sized round watercolor brush.
- Watercolor paper (300g)
- HB pencil
- Water cup, paper towel