Please note I forgot to paint the leaves at the very END! Sorry!
Fancy painting a wine glass and grapes? Here we learn how to paint liquid in glass - it's quite straightforward and I'll show you.
It's all about using a mix of soft and hard edges. In watercolor this is trickier than in say oils and pastels where smudging is easy. But we''ll do it!
Paper is hot pressed 90lbs (200gsm) and paints are Winsor & Newton professional (not their Cotman student range) tube paints but pans are fine too.
Brushes are synthetic rounds in sizes 3 and 6 and flats in quarter and half inch.
If you want the outline or ref photo please email me at AlisonFennellArt@hotmail.com
ALL ABOUT COPYRIGHT ! :))
You can paint this image for your own educational purposes but the painting cannot then be sold as your own or put anywhere on the internet or in a public gallery.
You can gift it to someone as long as it stays on their walls in their home and is not reproduced in any way.
I hope you understand that I license my images to companies in the UK and USA and so you must not use them in the ways above to avoid copyright issues.
You could paint a different shaped/positioned image with different background elements etc which would change it more than 20% then you are safe to do what you like with it! If you need more clarity - please ask:) Thank you - Alison