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Thank you Kaylee Schmid for this reference!


This bunny was a lot of fun and a bit  scary to paint - I really wasn't sure if it would ever see the light of day halfway through because it was such a mess after the first wash.  But I hope your main take away from this is to keep working your painting, experiment, make mistakes, and HAVE FUN!


I can't call this a tutorial as I was painting very intuitively - meaning I was making artistic decisions in response to what my paint was doing from moment to moment.  But I think there is SO much to learn from watching this demonstration for both beginners and advanced painters because you'll see how I pull a painting back together, fix problem areas, and have a lot of fun doing it.  


There are many useful videos on my YouTube channel for painting animals so here are two  playlists you may enjoy…


How to paint fur playlist -


Beginners Basics playlist -



You will receive:


*Downloadable Tracing

*Downloadable Reference 

*PDF with links to tutorial you will have indefinite access to

*Watch me paint in real time with  explanation

*Watch at your pace, any time

Also, when you post on social media, share that you painted from my tutorial - I appreciate it so much and it helps me continue to grow!  You may sell your originals and  cards from this painting.



Please contact me if you have questions and I would love you to share it with my online community on my Facebook group


Visit my YouTube channel to get a taste of my teaching style at



Advanced Loose Intuitive Watercolor Tutorial - Black Bunny

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