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Loose Watercolor Roses
Roses - the queen of flowers. For many, roses continue to be one of the most challenging flowers to paint, something with which I can totally relate, having spent the better part of a year teaching myself how to paint roses. In this hour-long class we will dive deep into my signature style loose roses, and uncover all the mystery and magic behind creating beautiful flowers through the simplicity of common shapes. Secret: it's not magic! It's purely about build up muscle memory and learning to FEEL the movement in your hands by getting OUT of your head. We begin with a beginner rose, moving into an intermediate rose, and ending with our advanced rose. 3 roses, all of which are yours to tinker with and explore. This lesson is so much more about painting; it's about discovering what kind of artist you are, what story YOU want to tell with your art, about letting go and trusting your instincts, and a pledge to put in the HARD time it takes to become a master of anything. We will also explore how to create bleeds through gauging the paper for moistness and exercising proper timing. Also included, a guide showing you step by step how I create all three roses as well as drill maneuvers which I strongly recommend you practice each day to build up your muscle memory. Let's paint! . . PLEASE READ: Because the item you are about to buy is a digital product, there are no refunds, so please be sure to double check that this is in fact what you mean to purchase. ADDITIONALLY - if you are purchasing a class, in order to access this class, and other classes you have purchased or plan to purchase, you will first need to LOG IN to the site. You can do this on the main home page by clicking the button in the upper right hand corner of the site, or, if using the mobile site, using the 3 horizontal lines. If there is a PDF attached to your class, you will find the coupon code offered to you at the beginning of the video. If you encounter issues accessing the class, please try these things first before reaching out, as this is the issue 99% of the time, and as much as I wish I could troubleshoot with you, I am not able to see what's happening on your end of the screen. Lastly, these videos are intended to be viewed on a tablet or desktop computer. They CAN be viewed on a phone, but this is not recommended for optimal viewing. Some devices are not capable of rotating videos, although this video does have the capacity to rotate. It will depend solely on your phone and settings.