How to Paint Bunnies!

Learn how to merge references together to create your own watercolor with bunnies!

In This Course You Will:

🐇 Choose between two different bunny reference images to paint.

🌸 Choose from a variety of different flower references to paint.

✏️ Design your own composition!

⭐️ Use my masking fluid layering technique in a new way.

Want to hear more on what you can expect from this course?

Watch the 1st module below and find out!

Content Curriculum

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Your Instructor

Tracy Lizotte
Tracy Lizotte

Hi, I'm Tracy!

I'm a watercolor artist from Southern Maine, United States.

I have a passion for painting with watercolors, and teaching others the traditional fine art techniques that have been passed down to me.

I'm here to help you develop your own unique style, while learning how to draw, paint, and sell your art!

Want to learn more about me, and my journey to becoming a professional artist? Check out my About Page.

Students are encouraged to use what they learned in Watercolor Painting for Beginners to combine reference sources with their imagination to put their own unique spin on their composition in this advanced course!

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
You get full access to all the lessons in the course upon checkout. This is a self-paced online course, which means you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
This course is only available to members in the D.W. Studio, or The Art Academy. Members will have access to this course until they cancel their subscription.
What do I need for supplies?
All supplies are explained in my Watercolor Painting for Beginners course in the: Intro to Tools and Workspace module. You can also find a downloadable material list in that module that you can print out and use as a reference.

This is an advanced watercolor course, and cannot be purchased as a stand alone product.

Advanced courses are available to artists who subscribe to The Art Academy.