Painting Is Like a Game of Chess: You’re about to discover how one artist likens watercolor painting to playing chess…They both require improvisation, but each move you make throughout “the game” needs to be well-planned in advance. Even if chess is not your thing, you’ll see how to confidently use effective techniques to create a stunning painting.
Here’s just a glimpse of what you’ll discover in this video:
Effortless Watercolors is a perfect fit for you if:
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Best of all … even if you’ve done watercolor for years, you’ll discover an approach that will give your paintings that extra edge, making others respond to your work in a whole new way.
Instead of your paintings ending up in drawers or tucked away till you visit, when your paintings get to a higher level, people will not only want them, they’ll compliment you on them. No more false compliments or pretending they like them. Instead there will be true interest.
And the person to help you get there is Dan Marshall, who is hot, in high demand to paint at events, and winning lots of awards and prizes.
It’s one thing to study under the best painters, and it is important. It’s another thing to find great painters who can communicate effectively and take a complex subject and make it easy to understand.
Here to show you how to bring a strong sense of strategy to your painting game is artist Dan Marshall in this course called Effortless Watercolors.
So get ready, because Dan is about to lead you on an exciting adventure that will take you through his full painting process — from concept to completion … it’s important to see and practice every step as you paint along.
Don’t Just Follow Along … Paint Along!
One of the best ways for you to learn what Dan teaches is to work right along with him. Included with the instructional video is a materials list. Go through the list, get what you need, and then put your new knowledge and skills to work right away as you paint with Dan in the video. This is a great way to cement concepts deep into your subconscious mind so they show up every time you paint.
Regardless of the subject matter, there is no better or faster way to grasp and retain new information and skills than by immediately applying what you learn!
One of the biggest benefits of having art instruction on video is that you get to work at your own pace and on your own schedule. You can pause or replay as much as you need until you’re ready to move on … definitely something you can’t do in an in-person class.