10 (More) Easy Watercolor Flowers

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10 more watercolor flowers

10 (More) Easy Watercolor Flowers

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4/14/2021

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By far, my most popular watercolor tutorial on YouTube has been 10 Easy Watercolor Flowers. So I decided to do a sequel/follow-up/part 2 with 10 MORE watercolor flowers for you to try!

In this edition, you’ll learn how to paint a Dahlia, Ranunculus, Sweet Pea, Peony, Daisy, Daffodil, Aster Tall Needle, Protea, Pansy, and Lily of the Nile!

And I’ll let you in on a little secret: I’ve actually never painted a lot of these flowers before so you get to paint them with me for my first time!

 

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00:00​ – Intro
01:03​ – First up: loose-style Dahlia
07:42​ – Second flower: Ranunculus
13:18​ – Third: Peony, everyone’s favorite flower
17:02​ – Fourth: Sweet Peas
20:28​ – Fifth: Daisy
22:56​ – Sixth: Aster Tall Needles
25:48​ – Seventh: Protea
30:26​ – Eighth: Pansy
33:12​ – Ninth: Lily of the Nile
36:28​ – Tenth and final flower: Daffodil
39:31​ – Now for final details, starting with the Dahlia
40:44​ – Final details on the Ranunculus
41:57​ – Quick Daisy details
42:17​ – Aster Needle details
43:15​ – Closing thoughts and encouragements for you on the flowers

 

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