A quick and easy beginner painting project

A happy little painting project like this is sure to lift your mood.

This project class contains everything you need to paint a rooster in watercolour. It's a step by step tutorial - almost like paint by numbers.

Perfect for beginners and anyone who wants the fun of a painting project with none of the thinking.

Course curriculum

  • 1
    Welcome
    • Welcome to a fun and easy painting project
    • Project Notes - How to Paint a Rooster in Watercolour
    • Supplies
  • 2
    Line Drawing
    • How to transfer the line drawing of the rooster
    • Rooster Line Drawing
    • Transfer the line drawing with me
  • 3
    Let's Paint!
    • Let's get painting that rooster
  • 4
    Next steps
    • Ready for more?
  • 5
    Bonus
    • A little something extra ...
    • Bonus Line Drawing
    • And one more little thing for you ...

FAQ

  • What is included in this painting project?

    This is a quick easy project for beginners. Follow along with me, step by step in real time, from blank page to finished rooster. Once you are done with the first rooster there are some ideas for your next one and a little bonus or two!

  • Is it suitable for beginners?

    Absolutely! All of the videos are fully narrated. I talk a lot (or so I'm told) which means there are lots of tips and guidance at every stage. You can follow me along every step of the way.

  • What if I can't draw?

    No problem. This project includes the (reusable) line drawing and step by step instructions to transfer that drawing onto your watercolour paper. Then it's just like paint by numbers! (Actually - it's even easier than that, I think)

  • When do I get access to the class material and for how long?

    The class is self paced. You get immediate (and forever) access to the whole class so you can binge/pace yourself and of course, rewatch at your convenience. You can also speed up or slow down the videos to your liking.

Class supplies

A comprehensive supplies list of everything I used is included, but I always recommend using what you have where possible.

  • Watercolour paper 300gsm (140lb) cold pressed recommended

  • Watercolour paints

  • Large soft round brush suitable for watercolour

  • Pencil for sketching