Week 10: It’s a Pear! by Sunnyside

It’s a Pear! by Sunnyside, watercolor on paper, February 20, 2022

First Watercolor Tutorial

Free tutorial by Anna Mason.

  • I followed pretty closely, except I drew free hand, not with outline.
  • This lesson was LOTS of fun….although she moves too fast and uses brushes that were not on the materials list.
  • Taking a proper photograph is not easy – must learn.
  • The original really doesn’t look quite so rough as this photo, although I did mutilate the paper with too much water and too many attempts to erase drawing errors.
  • Conclusion: I will definitely try more beginner tutorials from Anna Mason’s online school.

Thanks for Visiting 🙂

~Sunnyside

13 Comments Add yours

  1. Tanya says:

    Wow it looks very real, fine work my friend, I suddenly crave poached pear 🙄. I wish to learn painting too someday.

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    1. Umm….I would love a poached pear right now.

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    2. Sorry, my finger slipped before I finished

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  2. Tanya says:

    Wow! It’s a very fine work, very real looking. Suddenly I crave poached pear. Brilliant!

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    1. wordpress is doing very funny things right now….hmmm. Thank you for your kind encouragement, Tanya. 🙂❤️

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      1. Tanya says:

        No worries hun 🙂

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  3. Very nice! The fact that you turned the stem of the pear a little adds dynamism to the picture.

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    1. I appreciate your encouragement, Zettl. Thanks for visiting. 🙂

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  4. Well done! Working with color is lots of fun. Enjoy the creative process 🙂

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    1. Color is King. 🙂 Thanks for your kind encouragement, Rosaliene. ❤️

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  5. It looks great, even with the mutilated paper! I have been doing Watercolor for several years, and still don’t how to keep the paper from being mutilated by the end. I don’t think it is possible.

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    1. Good to know, brainchild. I am working with very thick, smooth paper (like several layers of tagboard put together), so there was only a little buckling, but the surface of the paper sure became rough and untidy quickly. Thanks for visiting – and all tips are welcome! 🙂

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