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How I Painted The Lemons

Last Step of The Lemons

I realized that there are several artwork pieces that I just haven’t included making of posts for; in fact there is quite a back log. The Lemons oil painting is one of those artworks that I never got around to writing about how I painted it. Not everyone likes to see how a painting is made, but I love writing these posts as a sort of self-reflection. I remember when I first started learning, I would often browse the blogs of artists I admire to learn how they painted.
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How I Painted The Autumn Leaves Watercolor Painting

Autumn Leaves, Watercolor Art by Kat Skinner

Have you ever wanted how the artist you admire painted or drew that particular artwork? More and more artists are filming themselves working – something I am looking into myself. Until then, I can offer you the steps that I have taken to create some of my more popular artwork. This post shows the process of creating the Autumn Leaves watercolor painting.
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How I Painted The Superb Wren and Camellias

WC007D Superb Wren and Camellias Watercolor Painting by Kat Skinner

Most of the time you will only ever see the finished painting by an artist. The painting-process itself can take days or months to complete. But there is so much that goes behind the paintings that doesn’t actually involve picking up a paint brush. This post shows you the thought process and steps that I took to complete my Superb Wren and Camellias painting.

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