Inspiration Journal: [VIDEO] How to paint loose watercolour daffodils

Inspiration Journal: [VIDEO] How to paint loose watercolour daffodils

I am SO excited to share with you my latest FREE video tutorial!

You can now join me in my new studio where I show you how to paint some GORGEOUSLY vibrant yellow daffodils with frilly centres. As you know, my watercolour daffodils have been seen springing up in the marketplace on some of my home and giftware collections. Have you seen them? They are also on my greetings cards too – perfect for sending to family and friends.

I’ve selected some daffodils from my own garden and placed them in a vase for this short study. They are so cheery to see and remind us that Spring is just around the corner. If you like you can use a photo as your reference if more preferable.

This short watercolour practice is perfect to keep your paintbrushes moving!

When  I study their yellow hues up close, I can see that I have the exact matching paints which would be just right to use. If you take a close look at their stems too, you will see hints of turquoise which you wouldn’t expect. Daffodils come in all shapes and sizes and in a variety of yellow and orange shades. I feel it’s always an important part of the process to really study the colours to your subject and match them to your paints as best you can so that your painting comes to life.

I hope you’ll join me in my new and exciting video!

Jennifer Rose xx

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