Discover how professional artist Louise De Masi uses a variety of different watercolour techniques to paint this vibrant and beautiful Sun Conure. In this step by step class Louise will share with you some of the techniques she uses to produce her gorgeous bird paintings that are sold all around the world. This class is not interactive. All video footage is in real time. When you enroll you will have access to a line drawing and the reference photo of the Sun Conure.
Work at your own pace. You will have access to this class with no time limit. This means you will have lifetime access to the class 24/7.
After enrolling you are welcome to join Louise's Facebook group created exclusively for her online students.
Discover how Louise:
Transfers her drawing onto the paper
Picks up paint with the brush
Paints wet on wet
Paints wet on dry
Creates deliberate 'blooms'
Blends colours on the paper
Fixes a mistake
Downloadable files included in this class:
Photo of Louise's completed painting
Louise De Masi is a professional watercolour artist and a qualified school teacher from Australia.
Louise has a Bachelor of Education degree and has worked as a school teacher within Australia. She is co-author of a watercolour painting instruction book by Walter Foster- titled 'The Art of Painting Sea Life in Watercolor'. Her work has been featured in Australian Artist's Palette Magazine, Australian Country Craft Magazine and The Sydney Morning Herald. She is represented by Painted Planet Licensing in the US.
Her watercolour paintings are a reflection of all of the things she loves. She is drawn to light and shadow and beautiful textures. She loves colour, both soft and bold, and she pursues simplicity. All of which she tries to convey in her work.
StartTransferring the Drawing onto the Paper (2:30)
Start1st Wash (2:43)
Start2nd Wash ~ Head & Body (4:53)
StartAdding Detail to the Body (3:26)
StartEye and Beak (5:53)
StartWings Stage 1 (5:34)
StartWings Stage 2 (3:24)
StartFinishing off the Body (4:32)
StartTail Feathers (7:58)
StartFeet and Log (10:06)