Loose floral composition in watercolour – a workshop from Etchr and Emily Wassell!
I’m offering my first ever online watercolour class as a workshop format! I taught at Etchr Studios for a workshop on loose floral composition, which is the most common request for a class that I get, and I’m so excited to share it with you.
The workshop was live on Thursday July 15th at 3pm EDT (New York) / 8pm BST (London) / 9pm CET (Paris). If you missed it, you can get the recording now for just a few dollars!
Watch it back as many times as you like in your own time.
What’s included in this class
I’m teaching loose floral composition so you can create beautiful bouquets and floral patterns! We’ll be learning my three favourite flowers individually:
- Five-petal flowers
- Filler flowers
I’ll show you my process, stroke-by-stroke, to create these individually, and then we’ll put them all together in a full page composition.
We’ll be talking about placement of the elements, with focal and supporting flowers, and then filler flowers and leaves for balance and harmony. I’ll talk you through how I plan out compositions, and how I adjust as I’m painting to get all the elements in the right place.
The whole workshop was live and interactive, so I’m answering questions from the people who attended as well.
You can now buy the playback! Head to the Etchr Studios website to get access and get painting!
Watch the mini YouTube demo
Want a little taster of the workshop? Watch my YouTube demonstration as I paint a loose floral composition in the same style.
I’ll talk you through my process and answer some questions from the host. The workshop is a similar piece but much more interactive.
Watch on YouTube now.
Get 2 FREE weeks of Skillshare access!
Want to try out Skillshare? Use my referral link to get your first 14 days for free, when you sign up! You can take any of the classes on the platform – there are hundreds available on any kind of watercolour topic or technique.
You simply need to click on the link below, make an account and start watching your first class! You have two months to try out the platform – if you don’t like it, you can cancel at any time during your trial period and you won’t be charged.