You will receive:
*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, indefinitely
If you have any questions, you're welcome to contact me!
Thank you to Satya Abratas on Pexels.com for her photograph.
This is an intermediate to advanced tutorial
Good videos to watch before you paint this include
This video is about my push technique
A video that gives 5 tips about how to be successful painting ‘furred out’ edges
This video will explore how pairings of different levels of paper moisture with different paint consistencies give different effects.
I painted this back in December of 2021 and left it unfinished, but when I was digging through my old paintings I came across it and decided to finish it because I LOVED some of the soft edges I had achieved with my wet in wet and push techniques along with Daniel Smith Lamp Black paint to achieve ‘furred out’ edges. Yes you can use other paints to create beautiful wet in wet soft fur, but Daniel Smith paint furs out more than any other paint and stays darker (has less of a drying shift) than any other black I’ve tried. Things you will learn:
*Paint wet in wet fur
*Paint in glazes to build up color and value
*Paint a detailed eye
*How to make colors vibrate
*You will have access to the videos FOREVER!
You may sell your original but please don't sell prints. If you share your painting online, please add that you painted from my tutorial at www.rachelsstudio.com and give credit to Satya Abratas for the reference photo. Please contact me if you have questions and I would love you to share it with my online community on my Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/rachelswatercolorworkshop
Visit my YouTube channel to get a taste of my teaching style at https://www.youtube.com/user/rachelsstudiodotcom/videos
top of page
bottom of page