How to paint a winter tree in watercolor

Artist Tim Fisher shares his technique for painting a winter tree in watercolour. To find out more about his instructional DVDs, paints and brushes, visit
Video Rating: 4 / 5

11 thoughts on “How to paint a winter tree in watercolor

  1. Very well done, thank you. Well paced, to-the-point instruction with good color descriptions and explanations of techniques being used. This is how all tutorials should be done.

  2. i’ve reasently become obsessed with winter and autum trees i just think they’re beautifull and today i learned how to draw one :D

  3. beautiful!…u hav such a gr8 command over th quantity of paint on brush n how u want to handle ur shades…amazing…u hav tought n we hav 2 practice nw…this will b th best use of this VDO so keep it coming…thanks 4 this help…

  4. Dear Jack, thanks for the awesome video. Would you please tell me what brand of watercolors you prefer? I’m using Cotman from winsor and newton and I’m not satisfied with the end result. Any recommendations? Thank you.

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