Botanical watercolor painting tutorials

There are my watercolor painting tutorials, which were launched this year. Its' seems like I am a botanical artist. I am not actually. To prove that point I will make my next tutorial completely unexpected.

I will hold on position of leading you through the tutorial and continue fill with new techniques, tips and tricks I already discovered. I like idea of simplicity, so my subject will be very funny and simple to make it approachable for beginners as well and to pay more attention on technique.

Its so hard to keep on making new painting HD tutorial so often. But I do. I can not not to share, as I have so much right now. Especially when you surrounded so talented and friendly viewers as mine.

I am glad my viewers like my floral work and I am over the moon to surprise my followers on my another wonderful subjects!

Full length HD video tutorials available for watching online by follow this link - http://ladywonderbrush.usefedora.com


Love begins with a little

It is very important for me to share my discoveries that I do in my tutorials. But more important is to paint just for me in my studio.

Spring is lost somewhere this year. The sky covered with clouds. It is hard to believe to calendar it is spring because of snow 3rd day.

This is my today's painting of a branch with buds almost ready to blow. I found this branch on my morning walk and as a child I rapidly grab it into my studio.

Original watercolor "Love Begins With A Little" by Olga Peregood. Fragment
Let's be honest. Magic don't happens. It is steel snowing out my window.

I call this painting "Love Begins With A Little". If you learn to see, love and appreciate little things in life magic will be happened continually.

If you look closely on the end of these little unblown buds they turned red. Spring is already here and turn her little lamps!

Original spring watercolor painting by Olga Peregood. Fragment
Painting is my escape.

Who knows if I was born in warm countries I won't be an artist. If there is warm sunny days there aren't all these beautiful roses, hydrangeas, carnations and other paintings and tutorials in my life and on this blog.



9 meters of fun

Arches aquarelle roll rough surface 140lb(300 gsm) 3,75x30 ft (1,13x9 mtr) from  here
I found a roll of my favorite watercolor Arches. I will remember the day it arrived.
Till now I have no excuse not to paint like a crazy!



Being brave

Original Dutch rose watercolor by Olga Peregood. Fragment
I like my painting roses tutorial so much so I imagine like I am a student and like I learn from myself how to paint roses!

I absolutely amazed by red roses appears on my painting. And I was since the beginning. Watercolor is so pleasant in process. Viewer would enjoy finished piece but as an artists we have such a luck to enjoy the in-between stages in process!

Take a look at 1st layer! The glow of colors is breathtaking. You should be brave enough not to afraid to ruin such beauty on next stages!

Original Dutch roses watercolor by Olga Peregood. Stages

Painting tutorial "Escaping Winter. Roses"  available by follow this link - http://bit.ly/2g00SCX

P.S. Please stop me to paint in reds!


Out of laws [SOLD]

Original watercolor "Out of laws" by Olga Peregood. SOLD

This style is absolutely unique. There is no way I could recreate such watercolor effects! I like a rosebud.
Original watercolor "Out of laws" by Olga Peregood. Fragment

My husband likes the colors.

The curve trajectory by which drop of color slid down does not obey the laws of physics!

Original watercolor "Out of laws" in progress by Olga Peregood. 
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