Explore a World of Color With the FREE Guide to Watercolor for Beginners

Dream of depicting delicate flowers and beautiful blossoms in luminous, expressive watercolor paintings? Now your dreams can be a reality! We’re so thrilled to bring you a new (free!) resource for starting your journey: the newest Craftsy fine art guide on watercolor for beginners.

Download the FREE Beginner’s Guide to the World of Watercolor printable guide, made exclusively for Craftsy by fashion designer and artist Antonella Avogadro, and be well on your way to creating radiant watercolor works!

Watercolor for Beginners - Free Printable Guide on Craftsy!

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Learn to create expressive, luminous watercolor paintings!

This free downloadable features tips on the essentials of watercolors that all beginners need to know, from selecting paper to building a basic color palette. With beautiful images and expert step-by-step instruction, this stunning guide will lead you through the basics of creating dazzling watercolor works.

Basic Palette Colors - Free Beginner Watercolor Guide

What you’ll learn about:

1. The types of watercolor paper
2. Building a basic color palette
3. Color transparency
4. Color value
5. Color temperature
6. Color intensity

Watercolor Value Study

Special offer!

Download the painting guide Beginner’s Guide to the World of Watercolor today, and you’ll even receive an exclusive 25% off discount to put toward your next purchase of a Craftsy watercolor painting class!

Begin your watercolor adventure today with our FREE World of Watercolor guidebook!

If you’d looking to dive even deeper into the world of watercolor, check out Craftsy’s selection of online watercolor classes, including Watercolor Flower Bouquet with Mary Murphy, Portraits in Watercolor with Matt Rota and Craftsy’s newest watercolor class Painting Realistic Watercolors with Mario Robinson.

What will be your first watercolor painting: A bouquet of flowers, a still life or your furry best friend? Share in the comments section!


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