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Grand Haven Lighthouse, with Pastels - Traditional-drawing Tutorial

We are using Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Pencils and Rembrandt Stick Pastels for this tutorial. The paper we're using is gray Canson Mi Tientes.


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Painting a Horse from the Back - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

Today we will be painting a beautiful black horse, from a back view!


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Painting a Sunlit Scene - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

This free lesson covers using a limited palette of colors to create a sunlit village street scene.


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Painting Mountains in Watercolor - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

Painting mountains, especially when you want to create depth in a picture, is quite straightforward, with a little guidance.
This video shows you how to very simply paint layer after layer of mountains without the picture becoming muddy or overworked.
As a bonus, it also includes how you produce a simple, but appealing evening sky.


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How To Stretch Watercolor Paper - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

This video will show you how to stretch watercolor paper using the traditional methods.

Stretching paper is essential with thinner watercolor papers and even with the thicker varieties, many artists prefer the reassurance of a paper that is stretched tight and dead flat.

We also look at the pros and cons of manufactured paper stretchers, how they work and whether they're worth the money....


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How to Paint Watercolor Clouds - Traditional-drawing Video Tutorial

Learning to paint watercolor clouds and skies effectively is the key to getting off to a good start with most watercolor landscapes.

This short video tutorial shows you how to avoid common pitfalls and achieve excellent results over and over again.


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