Watercolor Supplies For Beginners

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Watercolor Supplies For Beginners

Course Description:

One of the most exciting aspects of picking up a new hobby can also be one of the most overwhelming: supplies. There are so many options to consider when it comes to your supplies, but fear not! Shelby Abrahamsen is here to help with her course Watercolor Supplies For Beginners.

Watercolor Supplies For Beginners covers all of the basic materials you will need to get started with watercolor painting, from paper to paint to brushes. Shelby will present several options when it comes to supplies, with a few recommendations from her personal experience. 

What’s In The Course?

  • 7 Videos
  • Demonstration Of Materials In Use
  • Self-Paced

Course Level: Beginner
Run Time: 27 minutes

What You Will Learn:

  • What makes a good-quality watercolor paper in terms of weight, material, and texture
  • The difference between watercolor paint pans, tubes, and liquids
  • 9 types of watercolor brushes and what type of painting they are best suited for
  • Additional materials that will make your painting process smoother and more enjoyable

Supplies You’ll Need:

  • Paper
  • Pen or pencil


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

Meet Your Instructor:


Blogger at LittleCoffeeFox.com

Ratings and Reviews

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3 Ratings
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Gwen Smith
Posted 13 mins ago
Supplies you need!

Like 👍, Excited to get started!

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Brenda Beck
Posted 3 days ago
Needed watercolour supplies

There was a very clear, concise explanation of what is nice to have and what is needed. Also, a description of how to lay out our work. Best of all a reminder that you never waste your art supplies by using them.

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Lois D
Posted 5 days ago
Expensive supplies aren't necessary.

I expected to hear mostly repetitive information and thought about skipping this section. I'm glad I didn't. Shelby gave practical tips and candid suggestions. Her dialog was at a conversational pace which held my interest. She's a good teacher! Thanks, Shelby!

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