New video alert! This one is the purple tulip tutorial, but approached slightly differently from my previous tutorial videos. I am not talking (well, not much) and the painting speed is multiplied by 2000. You can see the whole painting being done in under 3 minutes. I have also started posting the same tutorial but… Continue reading New video – Purple Tulip tutorial full throttle
This is a question I get a lot when I teach. The true definition of hue is colour. In a paint name, it means that it is the colour of that particular pigment, but it is achieved by using another pigment of similar hue. This can be because the original pigment is obsolete and needs… Continue reading What does “hue” mean in a paint name?
Do you sometimes feel like your paintings look a little bit flat? Here are 3 simple things you can do to add more depth... 1- Grey haze As things get further away from us, they get greyer. This is because the atmosphere gets in the way. Mostly because of little droplets of water, it gives… Continue reading Top Tips: 3 tips to add depth to your paintings
Finally! It took me a while to finish that one... It is a longer video and the editing took forever, but it is finally done and uploaded on my Youtube channel. List of materials used (you can click on them for links) Daniel Smith colours: Quinacridone Magenta French Ultramarine Nickel Azo Yellow Cerulean Blue Talens… Continue reading Watercolour Dark Rose tutorial video – last episode ready
Have you ever wondered what essential colours you would choose if you were limited to 12? Jackson's Art Supplies have put together a watercolour tubes set of my 12 essential colours, the Sandrine Maugy set. It wasn't that straightforward because I use several brands... Most of them are Daniel Smith but 1 of them is… Continue reading My 12 essential colours in a paint set at Jackson’s Art Supplies