7-step watercolor bird tutorialAnimals in Art Week
I feel very honored to write the tutorial for you this time. My name is Erdbeersternchen and today I'm gonna show you how to paint
a realistic traditional bird with watercolors. I tried to keep it as simple as I could, hope you'll enjoy!
What you need:
Two brushes. Small and middle sized, I used a 'da vinci' brush in size 2 & a 'van gogh' brush in size 6.
A pencil for the draft is also needed!
You also need a cup of water
For this tutorial we won't need a lot of colors, don't worry if you don't have a big palette.
We'll only need 4-5 different colors. As you can see I used the van Gogh ones but don't be afraid to use any other watercolor.
The colors are:
1 - Lavender [525 in van Gogh colors]
2 - Phthalo blue 
3 - Payne’s grey 
4 - Ivory black 
5 - Prussian blue 
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