Watercolor Exercise – Watercolor Patterns

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Course Level:
Beginner

Total Run Time:
5 minutes

Total Videos:
1


Course Description:

Welcome back to another Foxsy watercolor exercise! Today, we’re going to fill a page with patterns using watercolors. It’s a great way to practice your brush control, play with colors, and create something beautiful!

This exercise improves your brush and water control skills, as you’ll be repeating the same strokes. It enhances your understanding of patterns and designs, helping you to create more complex artworks in the future. And it encourages freehand drawing, which is a fundamental skill for any artist.

What You Will Learn:

  • Improve your brush control
  • Experiment with color
  • How to create and repeat simple patterns

Supplies You’ll Need:

  • Mixed media sketchbook
  • Watercolor paints
  • Watercolor brushes
  • Two jars of water
  • Cotton rag or paper towel
  • Masking tape (optional)
  • Heat tool (optional)

Inspiration:

In this course, your instructor will demonstrate an exercise designed to help jumpstart your creativity and encourage you to create your own art pieces.

This course is part of the Watercolor Academy

What’s In The Course?

  • 1 Video
  • Watercolor Exercise
  • Self-Paced

Course Level: Beginner
Run Time: 5 minutes

Meet Your Instructor:

Shelby Abrahamsen

Blogger at LittleCoffeeFox.com

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Avatar Tina Wallace
Posted 6 months ago
Yeah!!! Love it!!

At first I thought it said the class was 50 minutes....but I decided to try it, I swear I am not a hoarder but if anyone saw the amount of brush pens, water colors, paint brushes, archer & olive journal's etc. that I own one might think I was a pro or even someone good... but I always want to go completely IN something that I find interesting and then I end up overwhelmed but this class I can do!

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