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Steven Cronin: Watercolor Lesson Part 1

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Watercolor artist Steven Cronin guides you through his methods of taking on a Loch with a radiant sun. His expert commentary is useful and very easy to follow and makes watercolors enjoyable. What amazes me is how much coverage you can achieve in such little time with watercolors. So imitate his style and see what magic you can conjure up.

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  1. Catherine Bennison says:

    Hi just found you.I think I am going to learn a lot waching you I am so pleased I love the easy way you show how to do things so thanks steven.

  2. Bill says:

    You make it look so easy. My only problem is understanding your accent. I was brought up in Brooklyn, N.Y and have always had trouble with accents.
    Nevertheless, you do a great job showing how to apply the colors. I really enjoy watching you paint.

  3. in 20 mins I have learnt more than I have for the last 20 years!!!! You should teach!! explain and why! – and to watch for drips and runs and how to cover it in the pic. One of your tutorials was excellant.. A simple landscape view.. bright white sunlight… I have tried and tried to do this.. and in 6 mins you showed me how to do it so simply and easy… radiate outwards leaving the white in the middle for the sky and shadow on the river… WOW!!!
    Thankyou so very much!!

  4. in 20 mins I have learnt more than I have for the last 20 years!!!! You should teach!! explain and why! – and to watch for drips and runs and how to cover it in the pic. One of your tutorials was excellant.. A simple landscape view.. bright white sunlight… I have tried and tried to do this.. and in 6 mins you showed me how to do it so simply and easy… radiate outwards leaving the white in the middle for the sky and shadow on the river… WOW!!!Thankyou so very much!!

  5. vimto65 says:

    Just started art classes. Ive been a bit disappointed with my results until I tried watercolours. I love them! Working my way through your videos. You make it look so easy (which I know it itsnt). What size hake do you use?
    Love the picture and your ease at creating is inspiring. Thank you

  6. vimto65 says:

    Just started art classes. Ive been a bit disappointed with my results until I tried watercolours. I love them! Working my way through your videos. You make it look so easy (which I know it itsnt). What size hake do you use?Love the picture and your ease at creating is inspiring. Thank you

  7. it’s a child’s finger painting tray I got from HobbyCraft. I searched for ages after seeing Ron Ranson use something similar in his video and this was the closest thing I could find. I was initially looking for one a little bigger but there’s just enough room for mixing and I’m used to this one now. It weighs nothing so can be held indefinitely without your arm aching. Happy painting!

  8. @tookatookatoo it’s a child’s finger painting tray I got from HobbyCraft. I searched for ages after seeing Ron Ranson use something similar in his video and this was the closest thing I could find. I was initially looking for one a little bigger but there’s just enough room for mixing and I’m used to this one now. It weighs nothing so can be held indefinitely without your arm aching. Happy painting!

  9. Hello again Steven. This one is looking good. Loving the sunburst effect. Where did you manage to get that nicetray that you are using for your pallette. I got a butchers tray but it is massive and I’m looking for one about the same size as you use. Many thanks.

  10. Hello again Steven. This one is looking good. Loving the sunburst effect. Where did you manage to get that nicetray that you are using for your pallette. I got a butchers tray but it is massive and I’m looking for one about the same size as you use. Many thanks.

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