Hydrangeas have this colorful and appealing look that will make anyone want to paint them. I too was one of them, and like many others, I too have experienced a bit of failure in trying to do so. But I didn’t give up. Instead, I rolled up my sleeves, broke down a few hydrangea painting tutorials, and was finally satisfied with the results.
You can paint hydrangeas in two ways. You can either opt for the traditional painting brush approach, which is commonly used by artists all around. Or, you could use cotton swabs for an easier and less time consuming approach. The choice will come down on to you, and how skilled you are in painting.
This step by step video tutorial will take you through one of the simplest hydrangea painting processes. It's an easy approach to painting some good looking hydrangeas. The painting has no complexity to it. It lacks depth, and doesn't have much to offer in terms of details, or shades. This makes painting this artwork quite easy. Hence, I believe that beginners can start their hydrangea painting lessons from here.
The hydrangea in this painting is a basic attempt at replicating the original flower, and it has been done pretty nicely. It's not a perfect looking painting, nor is it a realistic one. But it's still a lovely painting nonetheless, and offers an amazing look in terms of coloring. This painting is very easy to work on, and doesn't require any complex steps or procedure. Beginners will really enjoy working on this simple hydrangea painting.
In this video tutorial, the artist takes a simple approach to create a stunning hydrangea painting. It's done in acrylics, and has this nice and smooth finish to it. The coloring in this painting is sublime, and the shading, although not perfect, is still very neatly done. Despite being an easy tutorial, and a beginner's level approach at painting, this artwork is still quite beautiful to look at. I recommend you give this a try, especially if you're a beginner.
This 3 step hydrangea painting, although quite simple, can give you some amazing results if you do it right. The key to painting with such simplicity yet gracefulness is to use the right color palette while shading, something that the artist of this painting seems to have done perfectly. It’s not a difficult painting to work on, but you do need to focus while working on it. Beginners are welcomed to give this piece a shot.
This video demonstration will show you how to paint a simple hydrangea flower in watercolor. This painting lacks depth, and proper shading. It’s a very simple artwork, and is basically a single layer of color. If you’re a beginner in watercolor painting, you should consider honing your painting skills with this artwork. See if you can work some magic to give it a more appealing look, like by adding some shades.
Somewhat similar to the painting we’ve just seen, this quick and easy hydrangea flower painting tutorial will give you a simple artwork, with simple colors. No depth, no shades – just a single coat of watercolor paint that makes for a bland look. However, this is a style in itself, and a beginner’s level artwork. Hence, we’d be wrong to expect a lot from something as simple as this.
Painted with acrylics, this artwork has a smooth finish. The artist has structured this tutorial in a way that beginner’s will feel very comfortable with it. I personally like this style, since it helps bring out the vivid look of the flower, while keeping the whole process very simple and easy to work on. A must try painting tutorial for beginners, in my opinion.
This beautiful painting of a bunch of hydrangeas is achieved with cotton swabs, and acrylics. You simply dip the swabs in the paint, and then press them against the flower to get your desired result. It’s an extremely simple and easy process, with an equally easy application. However, the results it can give are magnificent.
Similar to the cotton swab technique above, this painting follows a similar approach. Here, the artist has also give you the option to use bubble wraps instead of the swabs. Both of these materials will give you amazing results. You need not worry about making a mess with the bubble wraps since you’ll be sizing them up first to make sure that you’re not overdoing it.
In this video tutorial, the artist will provide you with a simple step by step approach on painting a beautiful jar of hydrangeas. The whole painting has this amazing composition. It’s what you can call a complete, and perfect artwork. It’s an easy thing to work on, and won’t require a lot of effort from your end either. Make sure to follow a top to bottom painting approach if you feel like you’re going to make a mess out of the coloring if you follow some other approach.
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