Tulip. Watercolour workshop. BASIC.

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TULIP

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In this video tutorial you will learn how to paint the beautifully blooming tulip and create the illusion of the “flying” petals. The painting process will cover the Ala Prima techniques, infusion washes, working with masking liquid.

The painting process divided in over dozen short episodes covering each part of the flower. This structure provides you a stress free and easy pattern to follow.


This video tutorial suites to all ages and all skills levels. Although some previous experience in watercolour would be a benefit.

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Materials that I am going to use during demonstration;

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

Watercolour paper

  • Arches watercolour paper, cotton, cold press or rough, 300 gm2

Watercolour brushes;
- Round # 10-12 Paul Rubens 

- Flat synthetic brush 3/4 and 1 1/2 or larger (Escoda, Grumbacher)

Calligraphy brush, 5 mm

 

Watercolour paint;

Light yellow (Lemon yellow, Daniel Smith)

Orange (Orange Transparente, Schminske)

Pink (Quinacridone Rose, Daniel Smith)

Dark pink (Rose Madder, Daniel Smith)

Red (Quinacridone Red, Daniel Smith)

Bright red ( Carmine, Daniel Smith)

Magenta (Magenta, Daniel Smith)

Violet (Mineral Violet, Daniel Smith)

Dark violet (Shadow Violet, Daniel Smith)

Light green (Gold Green, Daniel Smith)

Dark green (Undersea green, Daniel Smith)

Rusty Brown (Burnt Sienna, Daniel Smith)

Darn Brown (Burnt Sienna, Daniel Smith)

Ultramarine (Ultrmarine, Daniel Smith)

Black Blue (Indigo, Daniel Smith)

Dark Grey (Paynes Grey, Daniel Smith)

Neutral Grey (Neutral Tint, Daniel Smith) Optional

 

White Gouache (optional)

And/or

COPIC White Opaque

Masking liquid  (a few drops of liquid soap and a small cheap brush for applying it to the paper) 

Watercolour board (any sturdy cardboard that you can tape the paper to)

Drafting (artistic)  tape 

Watercolour palette with a large surface for mixing pigments.  Alternatively, you can use a white ceramic plate. 

Two large jars for water;

Paper towels;

Hair dryer

 

 

 

 

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