Blog Posts - Watercolor



DIY Watercolor Wall Art Piece For Beginners

Watercolor items are very popular today, and if you are not familiar with this technique, you are gonna love this tutorial from linesacross.com. Prepare watercolor paper, paint brushes, masking fluid, eraser, watercolors. Basically you are going to c...

Watercolors by Grzegorz Wrobel

Impressive watercolor works by Grzegorz Wróbel, an architect from Poland. “I use a lot of water and I think it is the greatest thing to observe how it flows on your paper and creates magical things.” The post Watercolors by Grzegorz Wrob...
by Worthwhilesmile on Aug 30, 2015

Cats, dogs, commissions and a baby

Hi everyone! Here’s the latest batch from me. I keep busy with drawing (almost) every day. I still have a ton of those “free sketch requests” – mostly cats and dogs, but I… Continue reading →...
by One Drawing Daily on Aug 30, 2015

DIY Super Easy Watercolor Gem Art Piece

Watercolor decor is dreamy, charming and very eye-catching. Today we are sharing a cool yet easy gem art in this technique. The supplies are watercolor paper, a watercolor paint set, stencil tape, patterning tape and a paint brush. Using patterning t...

A quick sketch of a cat and a bunny in ballpoint pen and a commissioned cat portrait

This is my 609th and 610th drawing since the 9th September 2014 The first one is a really quick sketch requested by a facebook user. The other one is another commission – this… Continue reading →...
by One Drawing Daily on Aug 25, 2015

Grateful for a Quiet Evening with Mr. B

My world changed when I drove Mr. B to the emergency room one night in late July. Scary times ensued. Two and a half weeks in the hospital, eight days in ICU, nine days without eating, four procedures and sleepless nights for Mr. B and which ever of...
by Porch Days on Aug 20, 2015

Painting of Monument at Howard Community College Columbia MD

This is a little watercolor I did mostly on location at HCC, Howard Community College.  It is 9x12 inches. This picture is of the granite sculpture that is part of a series of nine monuments that greet the visitor.  Their grey granite color...
by Artist Adron on Aug 19, 2015

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Printable How To Paint Worksheet, Sailboat On The Bay

This free printable how to paint worksheet is an easy project and ideal for the beginner or young artist. Parents, teachers, and homeschool families will find many opportunities to us this in class an at home. It could be an extra time activity or a...
by Adron's Art Lesson Plans on Aug 17, 2015

Commissioned drawing of two cats in ballpoint pen and watercolor

This is another commissioned cat-portrait that I’ve been working on yesterday and today. It’s in ballpoint pen with added watercolor, and I think it turned out quite all right. I drew this one… Continue reading →...
by One Drawing Daily on Aug 16, 2015

Printable Watercolor Painting Worksheet Green Tree.

This is a simplified version of how to paint a green tree in summer.  The project uses a limited choice in colors to make it an ideal project for the beginner.In this approach we use wet washes and then follow up with dry brush technique for det...
by Adron's Art Lesson Plans on Aug 11, 2015

Howard County Community College Watercolor Painting Of The Quad

Here is a little painting of the Quad at Howard County Community College, HCC.  It is watercolor and the size is 9x12.As an artist I find the Quad very dynamic with angles and perspective that makes your head spin.  The feeling is very prog...
by Artist Adron on Aug 7, 2015

Painting A Quick Simple Still Life With Three Elements

This is the result of an at lesson with a student.  I sat in her kitchen and looked around and wanted to make the point that you can always find something to paint or draw no matter where you are.  So I randomly took things from her kitchen...
by Artist Adron on Aug 2, 2015

20 Darling Ways to DIY with Watercolors

When you’re decorating on a budget, it’s absolutely necessary to get creative and in more ways than one. It requires thinking outside the box and venturing into the land of the DIYs. But with a little time and effort, you can create some...
by Home decoration on Jul 30, 2015

How to Paint A Happy Mouse Watercolor Printable Worksheet

This is a fun little project for the beginner to help get some basic principles of watercolor. It features a happy little mouse who got the cheese from out of  the mousetrap. It uses a limited selection of colors to help keep the project simple.
by Adron's Art Lesson Plans on Jul 29, 2015

LSG Decorated BeYoutiful Cosmo Cricket Canvas

There are so many fabulous new products on the market these days that sometimes I just CAN NOT resist (pun intended!) grabbing one and having a play! Today I'm using my favourite Starburst colours to add colour to one of the new range of home dec...
by Sparkle Tart by Kate Palmer on Jul 29, 2015

Simple Watercolor Floral Still Life, Two Cone flowers

This is a little painting about 8 inches by 5.  I did it originally as a study for an art lesson I was giving to a youth, but just got so involved with it that I kept working it over after the lesson. It is something that is simple and that is w...
by Artist Adron on Jul 26, 2015

To Travel

"to travel is to live" ... is only the last part of this beautiful quote by Hans Christian Andersen- the entire quote is read like this:“To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,To gain all while you give,To roam the roads of lands remote,To travel is...
by LostBumblebee on Jul 21, 2015

Printable Painting Worksheet, How To Paint Two Flowers In A Vase.

This is a simple project but when it is done it will look nice in a frame or on a greeting card.  The flowers are inspired by the red cone flowers in my wife's garden, but it could be adapted for white daisies or yellow ones very easily.  P...
by Adron's Art Lesson Plans on Jul 16, 2015

Commissioned cat-portrait in watercolor and ballpoint pen

I actually told the person asking me to do this drawing that it might be a couple of weeks – but I just had to squeeze it into the schedule! It’s been a… Continue reading →...
by One Drawing Daily on Jul 14, 2015


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