Blue Poppy (Oils)

Karen Underwood · November 4, 2020
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Blue Poppy

Join me painting this Large Blue Poppy, I will show you how to create a large flower using simple steps. Learn to blend and how to place in a detailed centre. For this painting, you will use a limited number of paints. I provide you with written steps and images along with a full video showing you each step. You will also be able to view my paint palette to see how I mix shades as we progress through this painting.

  • Course Difficulty Rating: Beginner Level
  • Video Duration: 55 minutes
  • Materials & Supplies List
  • Full Step by Step Written instructions with Images
  • Full-Length Audio Video

Throughout this course I will take your through each step, you will see each stroke, my palette and canvas are in full view throughout each lesson.

I have also included written materials and line art template with full details along with images to allow you to follow away from the video too.

I provide full support throughout this course, upload your painting for feedback at the end of your lesson.

We also have forums where you can ask as many questions as you like.

If you have any questions please send me a message.

Best wishes

Karen

Materials Required

Canvas size 12 x 12 inches

Paints - Oil

  • Titanium White
  • Cadmium Yellow
  • Cerulean Blue
  • Prussian Blue
  • Ivory Black

Paints - Acrylic or Gesso to prime your Canvas

  • White

Brushes

  • 3/4 or 1/2 inch Flat Brush
  • Small Round
  • Liner Brush
  • Mop Brush

Medium

Linseed Oil diluted to 50/50 – linseed and odourless

About Instructor

Karen Underwood

30 Courses

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Course Includes

  • 3 Lessons
  • 8 Topics

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