Friday, September 7, 2012

How to Watercolor Drawings and Stamped Images Video: ROOSTER!

Hey guys! My dear husband has really been encouraging me to make some how-to videos, and after a few months of nervousness and hesitation, I jumped in today. It wasn't so bad! I might be a weeee bit awkward, but oh well. That's me. Back when I posted my 51 Things video, several of you commented that you wanted a watercolor tutorial. So without further ado:



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11 comments:

sandee said...

You are so cute and have such a wonderful personality. Fantastic job on your video tutorial, I adore your work! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina :)

Tina said...

We are running out the door for my kiddo's art class, but I am SO watching this when we get back!

Nate True said...

So cool! Makes me want to try some watercolors. Can you do a tutorial on drawing monsters or birds?

Tina said...

Emma (who is 6 1/2) and I just watched this your video. So much fun! She kept shushing me so that she could hear your talk ;0)

Thanks for sacrificing so that we could hear you :0) It was worth it.

Emma and I have plans to do some water color painting after lunch and some outside time.

Thanks for the inspiration!

Tina said...

Oh, and thank you for pointing out that it's ok to go outside the lines (i.e. mess up). Emma sometimes gets VERY discouraged if she does that, even though I do it all the time. Hopefully hearing it from someone else will help her relax a bit.

Tina said...

Last comment for today, I promise! Here is what Emma and I created thanks to your inspiration.
http://kaotickrafter.blogspot.com/2012/09/inspiration-and-exploration.html

You rock!

WendyRamZ said...

Awesome tute, thanks for posting it!

custardfairy said...

Loved this tute and can't wait for more! I adore your crafting style.

teri said...

Loved watching this. What kind of paper are you using?

Renee said...

Wonderful tute! Thanks so much for taking the time to make it.

ruby murray said...

Kira, thanks so much for this I've been meaning to dig out my Watercolours and learn how to use them properly this is just what I needed.