Watercolor Landscape Live Lesson Series

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Watercolor Landscape Lesson Series

This lesson series includes:
4 HD videos • 4 hours of instruction

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Join us as we develop a landscape with watercolors in this recorded Live Lesson series. We'll begin with the background and gradually work our way to the foreground using several strategies for creating the illusion of space.


  • Watercolor Paper
  • Watercolor Paints
  • H Graphite Pencil
  • Paper Towel
  • Nylon Brushes


Watercolor Landscape Live Lesson Series — 12 Comments

    • Hi Lisa,

      Watercolor pencils are applied and then activated on the surface by adding water. Colors are mixed directly on the surface by layering. This creates a slightly different effect and many times the texture of the mark made with the pencil is still visible.

  1. I really like the effects of watercolor the bleeding
    can create some interesting patterns that can actually
    be a help with certain details like rocks, mountains,
    and clouds etc.. great session Matt.

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