If you’ve been wanting to learn more about watercolor and the techniques to use to achieve the beautiful, luminous effects that only watercolors paints are capable of, join us in our upcoming class! Your amazing instructor, Susan Chiang of Rae and Lily, will walk you through the basics and also dive deeper into color mixing, brush techniques, and how to apply those skills when painting.
At the end of the class, you’ll learn how to digitize your watercolor art so that it can be shared and used as prints, digital wallpapers, and more.
STUDENT PERK:Pre-register for our online class today and we’ll let you know when our new watercolor painting class is live. Plus, you’ll get a code for 25 percent off as an early bird special. Woot!
Not sure if this class is for you? Susan notes that both beginners and intermediate watercolor artists can take this course. In it, you’ll explore more about colors, techniques, and how to apply them to get specific results with their watercolor paintings.
By the end of this course, students will know how to:
- Use the three most popular watercolor techniques (like wet-on-dry)
- Paint colorful fruits like strawberries and lemon slices
- Import their watercolor artwork for digitization in Adobe Photoshop
- Create vectors of individual slices so you can arrange your watercolor art the way you want it
Your final project will be a beautiful watercolor print that you can use as a print or share online.
And hey, if you’re looking for a great beginner watercolor painting class, you can start with our Watercolor Painting online class with the amazing Jenna Rainey, and then take your skills to the next level with our upcoming Watercolor Painting + Digitization course that launches March 15.
Don’t forget to pre-register for our upcoming course here. We’ll send you an email when the class is live!