Are you a dog lover who also enjoys painting? Do you want to immortalize your furry friend on paper? In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to paint a dog in watercolor and create a beautiful and personal artwork that you can cherish forever.
Materials you’ll need for this tutorial:
- Watercolor paper, Arches cold pressed 140 lb (300 gsm), 100% cotton
- Watercolor paints (Yellow Ochre PY43, Burnt Sienna PR101, Permanent Rose PV19, Payne’s Gray PB15, PBk6, PV19, Ultramarine Blue PB29, Green Gold PY129)
- white gouache
- Brushes (round 6, 10, 12 (Silver Black Velvet), spotter 0, 2; I use Rosemary&Co series 307, but any will do the work)
In this tutorial video, I will be showing you how to paint a realistic dog with light creamy fur. I will take you through the process step-by-step, from mixing the perfect colors to adding detail and depth to the fur. You will learn how to achieve a soft fur effect, how to add individual hairs and whiskers, and how to create a realistic look to the eyes and the nose. By the end of this tutorial, you will have the skills and knowledge to create your own realistic dog painting. Give it a go!
Take a look at the tutorial preview. The full tutorial is available in my Online Watercolor School and in my Gumroad Shop. You can also join my on Skillshare.