It’s been a while and I hope you are having a wonderful summer! While I enjoy the summer in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, I am busy updating my course and filming new lessons. The above two paintings are two of the lessons I am going to include in my Watercolor Essential course. I’ve been listening to students’ feedback and modify/update the course to make it easier for you to learn and improve your skill. In this course, I am going to answer some of the biggest questions you might have about watercolor. Things like “figuring out paint and water ratio”, “color mixing”, and the big question on “how do I paint a loose painting?” Speaking of loose painting, I actually have a question for you. What is a loose painting for you?
What is a loose painting for you?
I feel like we are using the term "loose painting" very loosely (pardon the pun). How do you define a loose painting? Do you use that to describe a specific style? Or the amount of detail in a painting? Or how abstract the shapes are? While I do have my own opinion on what a loose painting means, I want to know more about what you think. The biggest mistake I can make as an instructor is to assume what my students think. So, if you have a moment, please let me know what is a loose painting for you and why do you want to learn how to paint a loose painting?
New Painting Video
Even though I said I was going to take a pause on YouTube, there are a few videos I’ve already made. So I want to share it with you. Enjoy!