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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

How to paint fast & loose watercolor flowers with Distress Inks

How to paint fast & loose watercolor flowers, for people who don't paint!! Seriously, anyone can do this! With basic shapes and simple swishes of your brush you can create these fun and whimsical flowers in no time!  They are not perfect and the best part is.... they don't have to be!  I made another video for you! Please bare with me as I'm still learning this video tutorial stuff!

Here is a sneak peek of my video camera setup! I'm using the top of my Distress Ink pad spinner along with my gorilla tripod to wrap the legs around it to hold it on!  I really need to come up with a better plan.  Is there anyone out there with some tips for me?

Hope you enjoy!

Oh, and if you enjoy using Distress Ink in a more traditional style of watercoloring, then you've got to come over to our Facebook Group Distress Ink for Watercolor! We'd love to have you join us!

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Cheryn said...

I have no idea what you were doing in this video.

Unknown said...

Beautiful and looks fun!

Unknown said...

Lovely flower design. I love flower also.
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Abigail Gillespie said...

Wonderful post. I'm falling in love with water colors because I want to turn them into digital art eventually. You tutorial really help. I never new it was possible to use an ink pad like that!

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