FREE BASIC watercolour tutorial. Easter Bunny

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This workshop is free of charge, although you can show your support by donating any amount to the Arnprior & District Humane Society.

Easter Bunny

Perfect for Family Fun Day!

Video tutorial for all levels of watercolour skill.

BASIC FREE package for self studying

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Beautiful work by Tetiana, Almonte, Canada

In this workshop you will be creating an illustrative portrait of the Easter Bunny. This exercise is suitable for all skill levels and for all ages. Get together with your family and have fun!

Make sure to protect your working table because you are going to create a mess.

No previous experience required at all.

For all ages and for all skill levels. 

Once you have enrolled you will have access to the tutorial content.

Student’s work


Materials that you will need for this painting:

Any type of watercolour paper;

Watercolour paint - you can use any colour combination, but the minimum you will need at least three colours blue, yellow and red;

White gouache;

Watercolour palette or a white ceramic plate

Painter tape and an watercolour board (the board which you will tape your watercolour paper to)


Brushes for watercolour - round (large and small) and flat

Cocktail straw

Paper towels

Two jars with water

Spray bottle with water

Hair drayer


The list of materials I am going to use during the video demonstrations:

This list is only for your information, there is no need to get exactly what I am using:

Watercolour paper BAOHONG, 100% cotton

Watercolour brushes
- Round # 10-12 Paul Rubens 

- Flat synthetic brush 3/4  Escoda 

Calligraphy brush, 5 mm

Artistic tape

Watercolour board (optional) (the board which you will tape your watercolour paper to)

Watercolour palette 

Two large jars for water

Paper towels

Hair dryer 

Watercolour paint :

Lemon Yellow, Quinacridone Rose, Aqua, Turquose (Dr.Ph.Martins)

Violet, Ultramarine, Indigo (Daniel Smith)

Bleed Proof White (Dr.Ph.Martins)

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