[VIDEO] How to paint a loose watercolour Racing Hare

[VIDEO] How to paint a loose watercolour Racing Hare

I am back with a NEW TUTORIAL in Anna Mason’s online school, and this time I’m showing you how to paint this gorgeous Racing Hare.

You will learn how to apply directional brush strokes and use paint splatters, to create movement in your painting and bring your subject to life!

My FREE MINI CLASS is available right now for you to try. Why not come over and join me in Anna’s online school?

I hope you have lots of fun trying out these NEW techniques. Let me know how you get on by leaving a comment. I love hearing all about how you apply my techniques to your own paintings.

What you’ll need:

If you don’t have the equipment and paints I recommend, get creative and try with what you have handy.

  • My Hare photo as your reference.
  • HB Pencil
  • Mop paintbrushes – Rosemary & Co Size 0/3 and 10/0 /0
  • Daisy palette (for mixing watery paints)
  • Water bowl
  • Paper towel
  • Watercolour paper (I recommend Arches cold pressed paper 300gsm/140lb)
  • Paints (see colour list below). I use Winsor and Newton paints.

Paint colours needed:

  • Burnt Sienna
  • Burnt Umber
  • Lamp Black
  • Quinacridone Violet
  • Winsor Lemon
  • Yellow Ochre

If you do paint your own racing hare by following my video tutorial, I’d love to see your results! You can tag me on Instagram and use the hashtag #jenniferrosegallery so I can see how you got on. You can also find me on Facebook

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I can’t wait to see your loose watercolour racing hare!

Love Jennifer Rose xx




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