Do you like painting with Watercolor? I remember that I had a paint box for kids in school and I loved painting with Watercolor! That hasn't changed since then. I just moved one step further and now I have my watercolor paint box and some watercolor paper. Honestly, I draw everything that comes under my brush - often also on the iPad.
That was the reason why I decided to create a watercolor course for you. If you are anything like me you have most probably struggled with the brush strokes and mixing colors like I did. That's why I thought it's a great idea to put all these basics together and create an online course "Painting with Watercolor for Beginners" for you.
In the class you do not only learn how to use your brush, how to mix your watercolors and how to draw your first projects but also how to create a color wheel and how to do a color swatch.
A Color Swatch
It's important to know which colors you have in your color box. The problem is that the colors in your paint box look much different from what you already have on your paper.
That's why a color swatch is so important. I have mine in my paint box.
I've created a PDF for you so you can have a color swatch as well.
You can download it for free when you sign up for the Treasure Cave and the best is: That's not all!
Knowing about color wheels is as important as knowing about your color swatch. It's great to find out which color is what in your paint box but you also need to know how to mix your colors. I show you that in detail in the class "Painting with Watercolor for Beginners". In case you already know how to do that - here is a color wheel where you can mix three of your colors.
But there are also ways to create alternative color wheels. Again, pick three colors and go from there. It's always great to know that they exist before your start drawing a larger painting.
You'll learn about all this and much more in the class. But for now - just sign up for the newsletter and download both PDFs to practice with your colors.