Even experienced artists can get intimidated by water droplets — with their rounded shape, translucent property and nuances of highlights and shadows, they just seem so difficult. But there's a simple way to approach water drops and break 'em down so they're totally doable.
Spring into a light, airy painting of a blossoming apple tree. Marianne shows you how to create a spring-like palette and bring life into your tree structure. Learn how to create depth for new-growth leaves and a sense of individual blossoms by picking a center of focus to boost your detail work.
'Tis the season to wear all the sweaters, eat all the carbs and remember just how stunning a winter landscape can be. So whip out those watercolor paints. When you're done with the fun and easy project below, you'll have a pine forest worthy of a wintry reverie.