Watercolor Tree Tutorial

I recently started branching out (haha) from my normal paintings of animals, arrows, and feathers, and began painting watercolor trees. I LOVE it. They really are a fun project becuase you just go with the flow and add leaves as you go.

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See my process in this video.This painting will be available as a freebie printable in the next couple days- so check back on my blog later!

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HERE is the paper I used for my 5×7 pieces, and HERE is what I use for 8×10 & the watercolors hues I used can be found in this set HERE.
My favorite paint brush sizes are the 3/048.
Check out my #handletteredbyhannah series for more fun!

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  1. love your water color trees! A versatile graphic would be sweet on a greeting card of any occasion!
    ~Lilly

    Theoccupiedoptimist.com

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