Daffodils are beautiful to look at, no matter whether you’re looking at the actual flowers, or just a painting. But in order to make a daffodil painting stand out, you need to maintain certain criteria, which I was previously unaware. I later went through a few videos on how to paint a daffodil, and came to know of some techniques which can help elevate the artwork.
There are two main ways to paint daffodils. There’s the acrylic way, and then the watercolor way. Oil painting, although widely used for this purpose, can’t always do justice to these light colored flowers.
In this video tutorial, the artist will show you an easy approach to painting daffodils, using acrylic paints. The flowers in this painting are not heavily detailed. There’s a bit of color shading, and a little lighting effect to go with it. But it’s not anything difficult. There’s nothing complex about this artwork. With a bit of practice, anyone can replicate this simple, yet beautiful painting.
This video tutorial focuses on a more realistic daffodil painting approach. The flowers in this painting have a realistic vibe to them. The coloring is sublime, and very crafty. Shading is also quite accurate here. All in all, it’s a picturesque painting, and quite easy to work on. Don’t get intimidated by looking at this painting. Observe the tutorial carefully, and you’ll see how easy it is to paint something like this.
This beginner’s level tutorial will show you how to paint daffodils in a pot. There’s nothing complex about this artwork. It’s as simple as a painting can get. There aren’t any details, or heavy color shading involved here. It’s a simple art piece, and quite a nice one as well. Beginners will have no trouble whatsoever in replicating this beautiful artwork.
This painting tutorial is perfect for kids. It’s a simple painting, easy to work on, and not time consuming. Kids can get this painting done within a few minutes. Plus, they’ll also be introduced to watercolors, and might even pick up some insights on how the colors blend and bleed into one another.
For our next tutorial, we look at a simple approach to painting daffodils with watercolors. This straightforward painting approach is perfect for beginners. Not only is it easy to work on, but it also leaves the door open for these learners to experiment with the colors, and details. This is a painting that can help them grow, and develop as an artist, only if they attempt to go beyond the things and techniques shown here.
In this video tutorial, you’ll get a brief overview on how to paint daffodils with watercolors in a simple and easy way. The coloring here is a bit rough. The finishing isn’t that smooth either. Yet, this painting is very lovely. The rough color blends make it look appealing in its own way. This painting is a good place to start if you’re new to watercolors.
This acrylic painting demonstration will give you a detailed lesson on how to paint a stunning daffodil landscape. This painting is very beautiful. It has this serene, and peaceful appeal to it that makes you want to hang this up on your living room walls. The coloring is quite sublime, and although not heavily detailed, this painting will still need a bit of effort and experience from your end.
If you’re looking to work on a much simpler daffodil landscape, this is the painting that you should focus on. It’s simple, easy, and won’t take much effort to complete. The coloring is a bit off in my opinion, but it’s nothing that can’t be fixed. In fact, you should try and take this opportunity to add a bit of finesse to this painting. See if your creative genius can give this painting a new look, and rekindle the appeal it’s missing.
This video demonstration looks at the process of painting realistic daffodils using watercolor. The coloring is quite vivid in this painting. It also has precise shading, and lighting effects. The shadows are added perfectly as well. The overall artwork has this smooth finish to it that makes it look even more appealing. You don’t have any rough patches to deal with here. The painting is a bit difficult to replicate. Hence, I recommend you give this a try only if you’re more or less experienced with watercolor painting.
This video demonstration looks at another watercolor painting of a daffodil. This time, however, the coloring is quite rough. It lacks details, and doesn’t bother with the shades at all. It’s a beginner’s level painting, and is quite easy to replicate. Of course, you can go ahead and make a few changes to this painting, just to see if you can improve it in any way.
My husband and I are learning how to draw and paint. We wanted to share this learning process with the world and have fun! That's why we created this blog. We'll have drawing contests every week and you'll decide who won that week! Follow along and learn with us!
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