[VIDEO] Learn to paint pets in loose watercolour

[VIDEO] Learn to paint pets in loose watercolour

Join Lily and I in my studio where I show you how to paint her in my painterly style. Inspired by my pet watercolours which can be seen on mugs and other home accessories, I can help and inspire you to capture your own pet in loose watercolour.

Come and join me from the comfort of your own home and take this gorgeous loose watercolour class with me.

I guide you every step of the way!

What you’ll need:

Always remember, If you don’t have the equipment and paints I have, you can really creative an use what you do have.

               Download the PDF photo of Lily to refer to.

    • HB Pencil (To outline your picture of Lily)
    • Paper: 300gsm Arches (140lb) cold pressed watercolour paper
    • My sheet size is: 38x76cm (22x30inch) Fairly Large)
    • Brushes: Jennifer Rose sizes 10/0, 3/0 and 0 Mop brush. Link here: https://www.rosemaryandco.com/jennifer-rose-mop.
    • Kitchen towel (to dab off any excess water) and to create shapes
    • Water in a pot
    • A scrap of paper to practice your colours with by your side.

    Windsor & Newton Paints:

    • Yellow Ochre
    • Permanent Rose
    • Burnt Sienna
    • Burnt Umber
    • Lamp Black
    • Payne’s Grey
    • Cobalt Blue
    • Chinese White

    Lily and l would LOVE to see your painting of her too -and if you like you can tag me on Instagram and Facebook or email me personally at jenniferrose.gallery to see how you got on.

    Why not have a go at applying the same techniques to painting your own pet portrait?

    They make the perfect keepsake gift for family and friends and loved ones too.

    Love Jennifer Rose xx



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