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Online class -How to Paint Flowers in Watercolor - Painting for Spring - with Sharon Hamilton

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$20.00
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Product Description

 Learn to Paint Flowers In Watercolor

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Excellent Value

Not Available Anywhere Else On the Internet

  • Unlimited access to teacher support and feedback for the duration of the class.
  • Step by step video demonstrations of the painting techniques and development of the composition.
  • Step by step written notes to follow along with the videos. (easy to download and print)
  • Step by step photographs.
  • Unlimited access to classroom materials.
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Student Support

  • Class Videos: The online art lesson is presented via classroom videos, students can work along at their own pace as they watch the instructor paint each step of the painting.
  • Text Lessons: Several step by step written lessons are provided so the student can paint along with the videos.
  • Step by step supporting photographs are included in class materials.
  • Instructor help and feedback: Students have unlimited access to receive individual critiques from the instructor.

Other Support

  • Classroom Forums: There are many classroom forums where you'll upload photographs of your work, and questions and answers are shared between students and me the instructor. Feedback is very important. This helps you know that you are on the right track. If there are any issues or challenges, these Q & A’s forums help clarify anything that might not be completely clear to you.
  • You’ll also have access to a friendly online community of fellow students, to trade advice and experience as well as get personalized advice from me. No matter the challenge, the community, the classroom forums and I are all here to get you rolling again.
                                               Class Presentation

Once enrolled in the class, students gain access to the online classroom on our website. Here you will find all the class materials such as the supply list, class videos, lessons and other support materials. As you watch the videos, the teacher helps you prepare for the class, discusses the supplies and begins the creative process. Students follow along with the videos and use the printed text lessons as an extra support for the class. At anytime you can ask for help via email or by uploading a photograph of your painting into the class forums. Your teacher is always ready to offer suggestions and give feedback to help you create a successful painting that you will be happy with.

Extra Bonus Features and Benefits for the Student

One of the greatest benefits to taking an online art class like this is having the ability to hit the rewind button. If you need to re-watch a painting technique more than once, you can do so as many times as you want. This gives you lots of time to practice and digest the information at your own pace. Watching the videos from the best seat in the house gives you an over the shoulder view of the whole painting process from start to finish.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE: Even though this class is listed for the beginner, the class is for the beginner watercolorist who has some prior experience with basic watercolor techniques such as simple washes, wet in wet and wet on dry applications.

If you have no prior experience with watercolors, you'll find the following short watercolor videos helpful.

                

   Short video (above) showing how acrylic paint has been mixed with watercolor medium

                

                      Short video (above) demonstrating a casual or basic wash

                 

                  Short video (above) demonstrating a 'wet in wet' graduated wash

                

                 Short video (above) demonstrating a 'wet on dry' graduated wash

Learn to use acrylics like a watercolor. Sharon will explain how acrylic paint can be adjusted to perform like a traditional watercolor media. Traditional watercolor techniques can be used in the same way. This makes your acrylic paint very versatile!

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Product Videos

How to Paint Flowers in Watercolor - Creating Graded washes on Flower Petals (04:38)
In this short demonstration, Neadeen shows how to create a soft and pretty effect with wet on wet techniques. A few simple techniques can render lovely effects for painting flowers with watercolors. Watch as Neadeen shows how to create a ruffled edge on a flower petal. Join Neadeen and other teachers at the Art Apprentice Online Art School for additional online painting classes.Neadeen has a beginner series DVD set - http://store.artapprenticeonline.com/products/Water-Color-DVD-%252d-Neadeen-Masters%2C-MDA.html
  • How to Paint F...
    In this short demonstration, Neadeen shows how to create a sof...
  • Learn to Paint...
    In this short demonstration, watch as Neadeen shows a simple g...
  • How to Paint W...
    This short demonstration will show the new watercolor painter ...
  • Mixing Colors ...
    Tips and suggestions for converting acrylic paints to watercol...
  • Watercolor Tec...
    Using acrylic paint like a watercolor to create techniques lik...
  • Painting with ...
    Discover mixing and color tips for the beginner artist when se...
  • Watercolor Pai...
    Using graphite paper to transfer a design - tips for the new w...
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Product Reviews

  1. Fun class

    Posted by NA on 16th Feb 2013

    Good to know acrylics can be used like a watercolor. Good price too. Thank you.


  2. Thank you

    Posted by USA on 16th Feb 2013

    I am enjoying this class very much. The painting is very sweet and I plan on making a series of watercolor cards from it. I have taken many classes with Sharon and she is an excellent teacher. Thank you Sharon for sharing this class with us. Good to know I can use my acrylic paints as a watercolor media.


  3. Watercolor Review

    Posted by Mary on 15th Feb 2013

    This product was advertised as an introduction to watercolor, and after reviewing the written instructions and videos you should have some experience with watercolors. Directions are not clear on pre-wetting surface (except for the beginning background step) so I would assume you are painting on dry paper. In other steps the artist is going over previous painted surfaces-don't know if they have been dried first or painting wet into wet. Design and colors are very pretty. The design is only 8", I plan on enlarging it as there are alot of small details and not being experienced would like to be able to control the watercolor.

    Response: Hi Mary, it was my mistake (Neadeen Masters) for suggesting it was for the fist time beginner...we have since made a correction to the class description and mentioned that some prior watercolor experience will be helpful. I have also added several short watercolor videos to the clourse description that will demonstrate some of the basic techniques.
    You are correct, Sharon Hamilton's painting design is very pretty and I hope you enjoy the rest of the class. Thanks for pointing this out to us. - Neadeen



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