Watercolour Landscape Tutorial – for beginners

Watercolour Landscape Tutorial for Beginners – Jettison your creative confusion!

Landscapes are eternally paintable and I don’t know about you but they were one of the first things I tried in watercolour.


That was only after I was shown the complete process – from blank watercolour sheet to finished painting – by my art teacher.

If you want the above photo image and line outline to try the tutorial please email me at alisonfennellart@hotmail.com



The links to the art materials I use in this landscape series are affiliate links with Amazon. This means if you click on them and buy the product I get a few pennies from Amazon for promoting them here and that is at no cost to you at all ok:)

These are the materials you will need to paint the landscape pictured.

WATERCOLOUR PAPER BLOCK USED IN TUTORIAL

SET OF BRUSHES ALMOST IDENTICAL TO THE ONES I USE – A WORTHWHILE BUY AS AN INVESTMENT IN YOUR ARTISTIC PATH

Here are the paints you will need for this tutorial.

There are only 3 but you will see how many hues we can mix from this limited palette

Buy the 3 colours from Curtisward here:- Click this link and then add each of the colours by selecting them from the range displayed on the page – 5ml tubes – professional and the best!

PAINTS

https://www.curtisward.com/winsor-newton-professional-watercolour-5ml-tube.html

  • Cobalt Blue
  • Burnt Umber and
  • Winsor Blue (Green shade)

READY TO PAINT?

Here is your 1st step by step video on this landscape. You will be directed to part 2 at the end of part 1.

Watch this one and then at the end on the right hand side of the YouTube page you will see the second and final part listed also. Any questions please ask – alisonfennellart@hotmail.com