How to Paint a Brindle Animal

in Watercolor


A guide to painting your own brindle subject from the drawing to the finished painting

You Can Do This!

This course is included in the Monthly and Annual Membership

Included in this Course:

  • Suggested materials
  • Step-by-step formula that you can apply to your own painting
  • Lessons provide a step by step guide in painting your own brindle subject
  • Lessons contain text, video, and downloadable materials
  • Action Plan at the end of each step

If you are not happy with the course, contact Rebecca Rhodes ([email protected]) within the first 30 days of purchase, and you will receive a full refund.

Courses are hosted on the School website and are not available for download. Videos are for streaming. A high-speed internet connection is recommended

Would you like to learn more about realistic watercolor painting? Visit the FREE TUTORIALS.

Wondering more about how these courses work? Visit THIS LINK or EXPLORE THE SCHOOL.

Curriculum


  Getting Started
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  Preparation: Prepare the Paper, Create Your Drawing, Choose Colors
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  Create the Eyes, Nose, Optional Mouth
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  Establish the Foundational Colors
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  Darker Values, Color, Fur/Textures, Contour/Curve
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  Final Refinements
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Hi! I'm Rebecca Rhodes, watercolor artist and teacher in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania.

Before becoming a full-time artist, I enjoyed a fulfilling 27-year career as a public school Music Educator. In 2015, I retired from teaching to focus on painting, and founded this Online School in 2017.

My goal is to help you to learn to paint realistic subjects in watercolor - for you to use the techniques in this school to create your own paintings. I hope you enjoy and learn from these courses, and always feel free to contact me if you have questions or suggestions.

Thanks for joining us in this adventure!

rebecca rhodes, watercolor artist and teacher