[NEW] October Workshop - Flowers With Watercolor by Robert Joyner

[NEW] October Workshop - Flowers With Watercolor

Features Before & After Critiques

10 Day Online Workshop - Starts October 8th

Learn a variety of tips and techniques for painting crisp watercolor flower artwork.

  • Features step-by-step video demonstration.
  • Detailed descriptions for each step.
  • Two video critiques.
  • Get the feedback you need for your work.
  • Artist gallery to see what others are doing.
  • Ask questions and get answers.
  • Lifetime access.
  • Watch on any device.
  • Spaces are limited.

Features before and after critiques

  • Class starts with a complete step-by-step demonstration.
  • You will complete a similar painting based on what you learned.
  • Get a critique on your work.
  • You will create a second painting based on feedback.
  • Get another critique!
STARTS OCTOBER 8TH - RESERVED SPACES - SIGN UP NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT!

Suggested Materials

Paper
(2) 15"x11" Watercolor paper, 140 lb. cold press (or hot press)
Watercolor hues (Robert's palette)
Cerulean blue, Cobalt blue, Ultramarine blue, Cadmium red deep, Alizarin crimson, Burnt Sienna, Gamboge nova, Yellow ochre, Neutral tint, Lavender, Viridian green, Burnt umber
Brushes
Squirrel mop #2 and #5, Kolinsky #12 (soft bristles), Pointed round #10 and #12, Escoda needle (or liner)
Other
Majello leakproof palette, Collapsable water reservoirs, #2 pencil, 2 Sponges, Paper towels, Masking tape, Foam core

What's included?

Video Icon 12 videos Text Icon 3 text files

Contents

Gettings Started
START HERE! Welcome, Workshop Format & Assignment Info
3 mins
Material List
Inspiration Images
Demonstration One
About The Design
3 mins
Demo One Part One - Includes Material Overview
6 mins
Demo One Part Two
6 mins
Demo One Part Three
7 mins
Demo One Part Four
3 mins
Demonstration Two
About The Design
5 mins
Demo Two Part One
1 min
Demo Two Part Two
6 mins
Demo Two Part Three
5 mins
Demo Two Part Four
2 mins
Artist Gallery - Before Version
First Assignment Submissions
Critiques & Next Assignment Info
10 mins

FAQs

Why take fine art courses online?

Your instructor, Robert Joyner, is a full time renowned artists and are passionate about teaching. All of the course material from the filming to editing has been put together for those that who want you to excel in their art journey. These courses have been designed for artists at every skill level and for the following mediums: acrylic, watercolor and mixed media. The lessons have a perfect blend of traditional fundamentals with expressive techniques.
There are many advantages:
 • Learn and engage from the privacy & comfort of your studio
 • No travel required
 • Watch course lessons 24/7, whenever it fits into your schedule
 • Fully optimized for your mobile devices so that learning on the go is easy and convenient

How do I get a critique?

When you have completed an assignment you will email your results to the address furnished inside the class. You must complete assignment and submit work by deadline to be eligible. Your work will be included in the critique video.

Are the lessons live?

No. Since we have students from all over the world, it makes it impossible to schedule live courses. These courses have instructor "exclusive" pre-recorded video lessons that you can watch anytime and anywhere as long as you have high-speed Internet connection on a desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone.

You can watch the videos in parts if you can't watch the entire video all at once. You can forward and rewind the video lessons from your instructor as often as you wish during your enrollment in the course. This is an added bonus, because everyone knows that there is no rewinding instructors information when taking a physical workshop. We made it easy for anyone in the world to learn from the very best.

Can I ask questions?

You can ask a question anytime during your enrollment in a course. Your instructor will be as interactive as he can, so ask away. Remember, the instructor receive a lot of questions so be patient if they don't respond right away especially when it comes to communicating over different time zones.

What level of computer knowledge will I need?

A basic level of computer understanding is needed. Our technology is simple and very easy to use! If you can browse the Internet, type in a password, play a video, upload a photo then you can easily attend our courses.

Do I need a fast Internet connection?

Yes – it will help alleviate frustration.  All Painthog courses stream in HD. A minimum download speed of 5.0 Mbps is recommended to stream video lessons and attend these courses.

You may check with your Internet provider (ISP) or click here to visit speedtest.net and test your download speed before enrolling in a course. If your system downloads at less than 5.0 Mbps you will experience streaming video issues and this makes watching unenjoyable. 

For our international and frequent traveling students we recommend checking this handy link for internet speeds across the world to see if you'll have good connection. 

Lastly, if you can watch this video without interruption then your Internet is most likely fast enough for our courses.

Do these courses need to be viewed on desktop computers only?

No. As long as you have high-speed Internet connection our courses can be viewed on a desktop, laptop or mobile device.
We support Mac OS X & iOS plus Windows & Android operating systems.

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