Master wet-in-wet watercolour techniques as used for botanical art.
In this tutorial I will demonstrate one of my favourite watercolour techniques. I will explain the stages and application of the wet-in-wet technique along with issues to watch out for and examples of its use.
The tutorial is packed with useful wet-in-wet tips and techniques. Review and practice the tips and techniques you see here and you too will find this technique invaluable for your flower portraits or still life paintings. The tutorial chapters can be viewed online. Or you can download the whole video to watch without an internet connection.
Julia Trickey is an award winning UK botanical artist and experienced tutor, whose glowing watercolours depict the beauty and detail of nature.
She has been painting botanical watercolours for many years, has exhibited all around the world and has received numerous awards for her botanical watercolours including four RHS gold medals. Her British Flora illustrations have been seen on Royal Mail Post & Go stamps.
Julia is an experienced tutor, teaching regular classes in the beautiful historic English city of Bath as well as leading workshops for botanical art groups a far afield as Moscow, New York and Transylvania. She has written practical articles for national magazines as well as self-published various botanical art resources (available through her Etsy shop).
The tutorials here are based on botanical watercolour theories and ideas developed over many years, for these classes and groups.