Painting an eye of a Lion in watercolors – A speed Painting Tutorial by Paul Apps – Artist

This is a watercolour tutorial video showing you how I approach the techniques of wet in wet and layering, to render an eye of a Lion. The full narrated version will be on my Patreon Channel very soon. Click on the link below to find out more.

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Light Awash by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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I am trying to bring you a new video art tutorial every Friday…. If you are making your own version of this painting, please do so and i’d be happy to look at it and comment. Please do remember that your version is to learn from and therefore not for resale, based upon my, demonstration and source photo… Thank you for respecting that

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My Palette left to right:
Sepia
Burnt Umber
Venetian Red
Burnt Sienna
Raw Sienna
Magenta
Vermilion
Translucent Orange
Indian Yellow
Aureolin
Phthalo Green
Neutral Tint

Second Row
Ultramarine Violet
Indigo
Ultramarine
Cobalt
Phthalo Blue

New additional colours
Quinacridone Gold
Cadmium Red
Viridian
Turquoise
Prussian Blue
Cerulean Blue

Paul Apps is a professional fine artist living and working in the Southeast of England. He has been a professional painter since 1987 and has taught and lectured upon art and painting technigues for over 22 years. Paul has written two books and is currenetly writing his third upon watercolours. He has also written many magazine articles in his career. Paul continues and enjoys teaching others the art of painting, both in weekly classes at his gallery in Hythe and via the wonderful world of the internet, and You tube.

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