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How to Paint a Boston Terrier Eye in Watercolor

Available as part of the Monthly and Annual Subscription!

Learn to Paint this Boston Terrier's Eye in Watercolor

You Can Do This!

This short course is a great starting point for refining your skills! The focus is on how to paint a single eye in watercolor. But you can learn so much more, and transfer these techniques to your own paintings!

  • Common features found in eyes
  • How to create the black fur
  • How to troubleshoot when errors happen
  • How to make final refinements to your painting

This course is available with the monthly subscription, the annual subscription, or can be purchased as an individual course (click the 'Enroll in Course' button at the top of the page.)

Included in this Course:

  • Downloadable materials list, reference photo, and line drawing
  • Narration by Rebecca Rhodes
  • Videos of the entire painting in real time

Wondering more about how these courses work? Visit THIS LINK.

If you are not happy with the course, Contact Rebecca Rhodes 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.

If you have questions or suggestions, feel free to email Rebecca Rhodes at [email protected]

Enjoy the course!


Your Instructor


Rebecca Rhodes
Rebecca Rhodes

Rebecca Rhodes is a watercolor artist and teacher in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Prior to becoming a full-time artist, Rebecca enjoyed a fulfilling career as a public school Music Educator. She now teaches watercolor painting online focusing on detailed, realistic portraits of pets, birds, and wildlife.

Rebecca takes joy in helping others develop their watercolor skills and create their own unique style! She is honored to be a World Watercolor Month Artist Ambassador, and has pledged to donate at least $1 on each purchased course in this school during the month of July, 2019 to The Dreaming Zebra Foundation to support arts education and our future artists.

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