In May 2018 I launched my Patreon page where you can support my work and in return you get some rewards (depending on your pledge amount). My Patreon will now be the main place where I’ll be posting anything watercolor related, including watercolor tutorials, technique videos, works in progress, Q&A and other goods helpful for those who would like to learn how to paint with watercolors. To learn more about my Patreon page just click on the image on the right hand side or the button below.
See what you’re missing
These videos are available on my Patreon page from $5/month membership
In my Teachable classes you will find longer, more complex projects mainly at intermediate and advanced levels. The main difference between Patreon and Teachable is that on Teachable you pay once for a particular tutorial. Patreon is based on a subscription plan, but it’s cheaper. Based on the survey I’ve been doing for a while now, students want to have an option, subscription or one time payment, so I think this is a good solution.
I recommend that you enroll in my class My Watercolor Art Supplies to see what equipment I am currently using.
Why Teachable classes are great
- Tutorials on Teachable are well structured, divided into chapters
- All videos have my voiceover
- You pay once for a particular tutorial and you have access forever, from any device
- You can download all videos for your personal use
- You can learn at your own pace
- You can comment and ask about anything under each chapter and I will be ready to help you
Patience is the fundamental principle
You can find a lot of videos on my YouTube channel. They are organized in playlists like: Watercolor Tutorials, Watercolor Demos, Zendalas, etc. Sketches and photo references from tutorials are available to download from the Bonus Area. YouTube videos are not organized as well as those on Teachable, they don’t have my voiceover (but they have subtitles), however, you still have access to all these free videos and can learn from them.