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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote How to simplify a subject and create your own compositions based on ideas you find. Shopping through the affiliate links below provides me with a small commission that helps support my channel without costing you any extra. Thanks for browsing. My favorite supplies for loose watercolor painting: https://www.amazon.com/shop/jeanlurssen PAINTS USED Daniel Smith transparent red oxide – https://amzn.to/31n8XdR Danie Smith transparent brown oxide – https://amzn.to/3aR5DdT Daniel Smith Blue Apatite Genuine – https://amzn.to/34sM22I BRUSHES Silver black velvet flat 1″ brush – https://amzn.to/2xIlA3b Silver black vevlet #14 round brush – https://amzn.to/31nxJKQ PAPER Arches 140lb hot pressed paper – https://amzn.to/2GA5D4f Dipping pen – https://amzn.to/323C84H For my in-depth tutorials checkout watercolors.jeanlurssen.com #watercolors #watercolorlessons #watercolortutorials Video Rating: / 5

18 Comments

  • 그림카페 Art Studio 1 month ago

    Simplifying the subject and expressing your own work so nicely, the one strong tree in the desolate desert is amazing.

  • yvonne geelen 1 month ago

    How beautiful we live in south australia we have just been camping in our flinders ranges the colours you used are just like the Rockfaces we saw I’m going to try this ….Thankyou for sharing ❤️

  • Rashone 1 month ago

    Beautiful painting…and excellent lesson in how to get ideas from photos, incorporate several images for different sources into one painting.

  • Guy Schepers 1 month ago

    So beautiful! Great tutorial and I like the technique with the cling wrap

  • Sonali mundkur 1 month ago

    love your work and the simplistic approach. I have taken a few of your courses and enjoyed them. thank you

  • Lynn Pomeroy 1 month ago

    That was absolutely beautiful. Now I want to paint the Namibia desert at Sossius Vlei. Thank you.

  • Anya Godwin 1 month ago

    Thank you Jean I really appreciate this fabulous tutorial. In 1992 I actually lived in the desert in Australia “Lake Mungo” it’s near Melbourne I seem to remember.
    I have many amazing memories of that time so having your tutorial has inspired me to paint it and bring back many fantastic experiences of living there in my car for months and months on end.
    Thank you for the opportunity

  • Anna - Let's Get Acquainted 1 month ago

    0:59 startling

  • Harriet Withers 1 month ago

    Lovely, an African desert. We have a similar accent although I think you're from Zim and I'm from South Africa but living in the US too.

  • pamela herlihy 1 month ago

    Hi Jean, Thank you for another wonderful video. You inspire me. I always look forward to seeing your videos. I have learned a great deal from you about semi abstracts. Be well and stay safe.

  • Janine Kearns 1 month ago

    You make it look so simple. Your experience and confidence shines through. Thank you.

  • antiochfoxlake7 1 month ago

    Beautiful. Please stay safe. Thank you for sharing.

  • Douglas Greer 1 month ago

    Love the windswept tree, color palette, & textures!

  • Angayasse 1 month ago

    Ooh I love this!

  • Diane Fallon 1 month ago

    Thanks so much for sharing with us. Love the blue apatite genuine sky and the textured mountains. But the windswept tree is the cherry on top. This is beautiful!

  • Tom Baker 1 month ago

    Did you use ink or paint for the tree?

  • Thokchom Jayshree 1 month ago

    Just great and awesome

  • Linda King 1 month ago

    The plastic wrap is a great way to capture the desert landscape,lovely composition

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