12 Types of Flowers with Watercolors

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12 Types of Flowers with Watercolors

Learn how to paint 12 types of watercolor flowers by watching this video tutorial! In this tutorial, you will learn 12 different ways to create watercolor flowers.

The creator of this video will guide you step by step so that you can successfully paint them at home.

The amazing thing about this is that you can learn each of these shapes and then you can add them to your next projects giving it an amazing twist!

These flowers are super easy to make and the instructions and techniques you will find in this video will be of great help to you.

Simple peonies, berries, rosebuds, lavender, daisies and many more because that's every watercolor flower you'll need to paint watercolor flowers.

A big thank you to Shayda who will guide you step by step so that you can successfully paint them all at home!

Use the synthetic brush to mix all your paints and set up your color palette before you start so you don't have to switch between brushes while painting.

Flower 1

Start with a simple curved line, then add small branches throughout. There can be as many as you want, they can go either way, it doesn't matter, don't think too much about it.

Then, using a contrasting color of your choice, use the tip of your brush and lightly drag it to create small bud shapes.

It's really easy and great for stuffing!

Flower 2

Start by mixing a very very light color like peach or pink with lots of water and lots of white.

Create a petal by simply dragging the body of the brush across the page once or three times. Try to let it rest and try not to overwork or change it too much.

Then, where there's a bit more negative space along the top of each petal, use the tip of your brush to blend it all together so it looks like there's a nice highlight.

Use a darker shade of whatever color you are using to add a bit of that darker color to the center of the flower and maybe to the ends of one or two petals.

Then it takes on a darker color like green, blue or black. Use the body of the brush and drag it across the page to create leaf shapes.

You can also change to a lighter color by adding a little more water to the paint to get a kind of two-tone. Sheets don't have to be perfect.

Then use the tip of the brush again to make the stamen in the center of the flower. Rotate these little dots in a perfectly imperfect circle.

The flowers never have to be perfectly symmetrical, it would just look weird.

Use the tip to make thin lines to completely connect the dots.

Flower 3

We keep the same flower but at an angle. Make the petal shapes much smaller with just a belly stroke or two of the brush dragging it across the page. You can make three or four petals.

As before, using the tip of the brush, use the darkest shade and allow it to seep into the moisture in the center of the flower.

Take the darkest color and use the tip of the brush to add thin branches and the body to create leaves.

If you want to learn how to make the other flowers, watch this amazing video tutorial!

Enjoy This Video Tutorial About Watercolor

Source: Shayda Campbell

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