Bird Nest Surprise, Pt 3, Water Mixable Oil Paint

Bird Nest Surprise, Pt 3, Water Mixable Oil Paint


Yay, I’m so happy you came back to see me
today this is part three of the bird’s nest really excited to put the color in
and so if you’ve been following along with me you have part one the acrylic
undercoating done but you can do it in oil if you prefer and part two we’ve
done the sketch and put the texture medium on and so this is our part three
putting the color on and so I can hardly wait to get started so let’s just go
ahead and do that. Why I have been so anxious to get started on this painting
so anyway I’ve laid out some things here for you these are my colors I have eight
colors and I’m going to be using and I will put those down in the description
below. Also I have a container of water that
I’m going to be using and I’m going to have let’s see my brushes I have a round
brush what is a three-eighths inch brush flat brush a quarter inch flat brush a
number six filbert a number zero zero round brush which is just a little tiny
guy and then I have a regular liner brush and number two. So and I may or may
be using all of these and I may add something else to it I don’t know as we
go along but that’s what I have on my list for right now. So I am trying
something brand new today I mean absolutely brand new! Have you guys have
ever wondered about the Artisan water mixable paints? Well that’s what I’m
going to be using and I’ve been experimenting it’s taking me almost a
month to work on this painting and to learn about the paints and the mediums
and all this different stuff but Artisan this is the brand Artisan and its water
mixable which means you only use water with it so
why shouldn’t say the know that let me take that back that’s not what I mean.
You clean it’s best to clean with water now you can do your first coat of
painting with water but then after that you need to add just a slight bit of oil
but it’s a special oil it’s not a regular linseed oil or anything like
that. So what I found and that I’ve been using is actually this Artisan thinner.
Now don’t confuse this thinner with oil paints and you know what with oil paints
thinner means you clean your brushes in it no that that’s not this is a solvent
but it’s different kind it’s a water mixable solvent and it’s used with your
paints and it makes it it gives you a very smooth texture which I really
really like. I liked it better than using just plain water but if you don’t have
this the thinner then you can go ahead and use the water. So with this painting
today let’s see did I tell you everything I need I think oh no, I wanted to tell
you about these brushes Artisan brushes! this is the masked master series 15 the
reason it’s called 15 is because there are 15 brushes in it this is one of the
most beautiful sets I have ever seen. It’s got 15 brushes now four of them are
a good bristle brush and the rest of them are synthetic which is perfect for
the kind of painting that we’re doing today
and it’s also good is for watercolor for oil for water mixable acrylic it’s good
for any kind of brushes so these they come beautifully packaged I mean just
gorgeous and it’s a nice carrying case and I and this the clasp is like
magnetic so it just instantly closes. I would suggest this to anybody for any
kind of reason! That’s really nice so anyway that’s what that is and I’ll have
it just have a link below if you want to check
this out so there’s that let me set that aside and this aside and we’re ready to
start. So I’m going to start today I have my colors laid out and I’m going to
start with a three-quarter inch brush because I’m going to be working on this
bigger trunk here so what I want to do is put in a little background color
first now when I put the thinner into a little jar I’m going to put it right
here so you can see it I’m I took that big bottle and I put it I put just a
little bit into a smaller bottle and the reason I did that is because it’s a lot
easier for me to manage. I got an eyedropper from the from the
drugstore and what I did is I just took a little bit of the thinner and just put
it in my in my little container here and that’s what I’m going to be using for
mixing my paints and I found this worked absolutely delightful so keep that set
aside and keep this thinner handy I’ll set it up here I don’t know if you can
even see that no you probably can’t but that’s okay.
So I’ll let you know when I’m dipping into the thinner and I’m going to set
this here okay now I’m all set. Alright with the 3/4 inch flat brush I’m
going to dip into and when I say dip into a little thinner
I mean just the quarter that’s all I’m dipping in I want just a little bit it
doesn’t take very much at all I’m going to start out with a little yellow ochre
and just wet the brush both sides very easily and I’m just going to come in
here and just sort of put this in. Now if you go outside of your white lines don’t
worry about it it’s fine you can take it off with water it’s not really cool I
love it and I’m just hitting the edges here too
start with and a little sooner back into the yellow ocher and I’m just hitting
basically the that’s where the light would be hitting sun light source is coming
in here now I’m going to add some other yellow in here but this is good for a
starter and I’ve been I’ve been trying several samples of this water mixable
paint doing different things with it I am so impressed! Maybe I don’t know but
maybe this is what I’m going to be using from now on because I am I really have a
problem with the the regular oils because they are a little bit toxic so
this being that you work it with just water this is so great! Okay I’m just
painting painting painting and I just keep dipping into a little thinner this
what this does is it helps the paint move very very smoothly and I like that and if you don’t use the thinner then
you’ll have to use a lot more paint because it will be really thicker a lot
thicker so I like the consistency of using the thinner with it and these now
these I say water mixable paint it is oil paint it is oil and so it does take
drying time it does not dry instantly. The thinner does help but dry a little
bit faster but not a whole lot so I’m going to get a paper towel here and I’m
going to wipe this off. I want to go into a little white now and I
just want to lighten this color mainly right in here towards be a little bit
closer to the nest here the bird’s nest like so and right in here and right in
here and why because your light would be hitting in those places and we’ll work
on the nest later. So this right now I want to just go into a little thinner
again and now I want to go into some brown.Now this is burnt sienna
I like burnt sienna because it’s kind of a warmer color and I think it’s a very
excuse me just a second here my chair is in the way this is a nice warmer color
and I love this and it mixes really nice. I wonder if if you’ve ever used with the
water mixable paint I would like you to leave me a comment below and tell me
what your experience was. If you’re not used to this you might have a little bit
of a harder time when you first start working with it because you know it’s
like with anything new it’s a learning curve you have to learn how to use the
stuff when you’re using something new just like with my mediums you have to
learn how to use them and what works and what doesn’t and a little more medium so
almost every time I make brushstrokes I dip into a little medium and if you notice now that I have that
textured down you can see on it all it looks like bark it is so cool and I’m
just sort of blending that up a little bit with the yellow and we’re going to darken the under part
here in just a minute. I have just had the best day today. I
have been playing with these paints and experimenting and doing different things
and just having a good old time it’s been weather it’s been absolutely
gorgeous outside you can’t beat the weather and Oregon! I’ll tell you it’s
just wonderful okay. Wiping that brush else all I’m doing is
wiping like if I want I can clean it in water but I don’t wish to do that right
now. So now I want to take just a tiny tiny
little bit of purple and blue together those two and what I’m doing is just
making a dark dark color and add a little bit of brown to that this would
be kind of like your shadow color. Now like I said if you don’t have the
thinner go ahead and go ahead and use just water and a little bit more now if it’s easier for you to turn your
painting around if it helps you to work on it better just go ahead and turn it
around that’s fine it will not hurt a thing. See I’m sort of blending this and
there’s a little spot I would didn’t want to go out that far I’ll just wipe
it off and I’ll catch it with water in just a minute here but I’m going to go
ahead and continue doing this now. Remember this is just the shadowy color
underneath and I don’t want it real smooth I’m kind of roughing it up a
little bit this is where we’re going to have our leaves and stuff a little more
blue crimson and brown and just keep going and I’m standing as I’m doing this. I
find that I have much better motion and ability blending ability and whatnot if
I stand and do this. When I’m sitting I’m really restricted in my motions so I
like to stand and we went when I went through my Bob Ross training we were not
allowed to sit we had to stand for every painting that was a challenge when
you’re first getting started and you don’t know what you’re doing. It’s fun
that was a lot of fun I just really had a good time in my training. My mother
took the training with me and I also met a girlfriend there that we we became
very very good friends and I we were getting in trouble all the time because
we would start talking in a class and we it wasn’t very good. Okay let’s just do
this would be the Oh let’s see probably a little bit here because your light
would be behind on this side and let’s go let’s see this one here this would be
the underside and a little bit over here and a little more here whoops my water is in the way let’s move
it. Okay now I want to wipe that off that’s a very dark color I want to bring
some light back into it dipping into the medium going back into
ochre and we’re let’s see I did this one let’s do a little bit here. The reason I decided to even try this is
because I have had a lot of questions about is there a non-toxic product out
there what can I use instead of a toxic product especially with people that are
working with children and so this is a product that you can feel safe with
using and it’s not going to hurt the children at all. Okay now a little bit of
white let’s see a little white right here and I think that’s about it okay now I
do want to clean with water and as you can see oh the it just cleans up so nice
with water that’s all you do is just swish it a little bit back and forth be
very gentle with your brushes especially that one brush I have that new brush.
Let’s see I saw a place I went out here maybe right here so you can just clean
that up with water and I think that was it. Okay now since this brush is clean I
wanted to switch I’m going to clean it one more time okay now I want to switch
over to my small quarter inch brush and I’m going to just a tiny bit of thinner
just wipe it off a little bit I don’t want too much on there and what I want
to do now is just sort of blend these colors together just swishing back and
forth. Well I’ve been practicing on paper and
is this ever different working on canvas I didn’t quite anticipate this I should
have practiced on a canvas just to see what it would do it what it would do.
Wipe blending a little more and begins to just actually look like a tree trunk. Okay I’m going to brace myself here just
blending this in I think if you guys ever try this water mixable I think you
will absolutely love it I know I just I’m I really I’m so
impressed! Cleaning again and a little more thinner let’s do this one here and let’s do let’s see where did I leave
off right here whoops let’s wipe that. Your blending time is quite long with
this which is a good thing if it starts getting a little bit muddy just clean
your brush and it’s good to start on the upper part the lighter part first and
work down into the dark. Now we may add some other things in this
too now this might turn out to be kind of a long painting I don’t know I hope
not but you never know stranger things have happened. That’s
looking good I’m happy with that so far and let’s see we need this one down here
let’s start in the lighter area and I’m going to bring this back okay that’s good now I want to go into
just a bit of brown and add just a little tiny bit of brown in here because
it needs a touch of warmth right here a little warm and right here a little warm. You notice can you see this this light
tree-bark it just a so interesting I really like it. Whoops I don’t want that color I want
the brown okay there I think that’s all of the trunks the tree trunks so now the
nest I’m just gonna leave until till last so I’m going to go ahead and grab a
paper towel here and clean the brush because I don’t want any Brown in here
right now. And the next thing I’m going to do is start on some leaves so I want
a little bit of let’s start out with a little green first of all the medium and
then a little green and some blue green and blue what was this oh okay that was the
purplish I must have got two of the wrong oh I see what I did. Okay this is
definitely purple this is a Alizarin quite oh I was using Alizarin okay now I know
what I was doing. Okay back into the green blue and the leaves if you know
how to make leaves or if you have your favorite kind of leaf just go ahead and
make whatever kind of leaf you like these are just going to be a generic
well just plain plain leaves and a little more blue let’s go into
this one here and this time let’s add just a little
Alizarin just for the fun of it that’s making it let’s do this one down here hmm and a little more medium more
blue-green we’ll have one in here that’s a let’s overlap this one here see
these black lines that I had drawn before? I’m just ignoring those I’m not
going to do anything with them I am just painting leaves however I want to paint
them and they overlap some of them come out. Okay
let’s go into just a plain and green and maybe a yellow no that’s too yellow
let’s do this more medium green touch a yellow so these leaves are all different colors
that makes it kind of interesting. How about one that’s more blue that’s not
quite blue enough and I was going to say if you try these
um if you try this texture, well I’ll give you if you’re interested in the
recipe, I’ll just give it to you and then you can tell me later what you think.
Like I said I’m just experimenting with this stuff this is all brand new to me.
I’m rinsing my brush because it’s getting a little muddy go back into some
green a nice green one here not enough paint there we go okay little blue green okay now I need just a touch more of the
thinner so I’m just dipping into my little eyedropper and just putting a
little bit in here okay and I had a leaf there I missed that one how did I do
that? I don’t know. Let’s do this one here let’s do it like just a little more blue there I like the I kind of like the
different colors of the leaves. If you want to make them all more of one color
that’s fine you can do that and let’s have a little moon in here a
little purple almost a brownish color isn’t it oh okay
no like I told you before all these black marks they’re just going to
disappear as soon as we wipe over it but you do have to let your paint dry a
hundred percent before you, I shouldn’t say a hundred percent but it it will be
touch dry in probably about I’m guessing two weeks you’ll be able to touch it and
have it just be fine. Let’s do this one here this one’s more green yeah that’s pretty more blue and how about let’s add just a little of
the this purplish that should be pretty oh that’s very pretty I like that purple pretty. Okay let’s
continue we’ve only got just a couple more leaves let’s do this one facing up
this way and how about wipe that but green one and a little green here as you can see
I’m not particularly careful with the leaves because they just are what they
are and let’s do some Alizarin on that one a little medium some listen with
blue make sure you go over your tree trunks
once in a while just makes it pretty and they can even go in like so. Okay those are good that one’s good this
one can go in there okay okay I think that’s all we’re going
to do with those and I do see I’m going to bring this down I hear more because I
do see that particularly over on the white and so I do want to cover that
there okay. Clean that brush. Now let’s work on that
nest. I’m going to use this same brush the quarter inch brush because it’s a
smaller one going to a little medium and I want a light brown to start with so
I’m just taking a little brown a little ochre just a very very light brown and
let’s just go ahead and start and I’m just kind of can you see how I’m doing
just kind of like X’s not being too careful. Okay and in this Center I’m going to
have a little bit of color and we’re going to wipe that out in just
a minute but I want to have this in here to start and I want to have some dark
brown so let’s do a little touch of blue a little green a little brown and a
little purple that’ll make a dark kind of a shadowy color so lights coming in
here so you would have shadow color in it while it needs to be darker yet let’s
do more rows in blue green or brown okay it would be darker over on this side and on the inside it would be a little
darker on this side as your light would be hitting there. Okay and I think still will go even
darker yet blue or brown it would be a little bit darker in here see now I’m criss-crossing? You just want
really strokes that just are not going anywhere or doing anything particulars
almost like scribbling but very dark here in the bottom and
your nest because it’s between the two branches you know you’d have some
overlapping here you’d have some stuff that just is overlapping okay that’s
good this is pretty dark over here okay we rinse your brush out. Next I want to
pick up this brush this is the one that is oh this is just a beautiful brush!
Okay I’m going to go into my water get it a little wet and dry it off and then
go into a touch of medium and let’s start out with let’s start out with some
really dark, now I’ve got this really really watery almost like ink this is
very very dark color and this is going to be like just really really scribbly, can you see what I’m doing here? No rhyme
no reason at all see because a nest boy the branches just
go twigs branches every they just go every which way. Okay I’m going to stop
right there clean this brush very gently this one you want to be very careful of
because it’s got the most exquisite point on it and I don’t want to do
anything to ruin that point. So now go back to your quarter inch brush and just
dip into a little water make sure it’s damp and then just go in here and just
take out some paint let’s do that again, let’s do one here I’m rinsing my brush
after each time I pick up some paint now let’s go let’s have one way back here
what I’m doing now is just lifting lifting off the paint lifting off the
color you know why because we have little eggs in here. Let’s do an egg here and just keep working this until you got
you can have one egg you can have three eggs you can have five you can have two
it doesn’t make any difference just whatever the number of eggs that you
would like in your little nest, there I like that. Okay
let’s go ahead and start filling in for this I’m going to use my filbert and I’m
going to dip into a little medium some blue find a nice spot over here to wet
I want it not quite so wet and I’m adding white and just a speck of green just a speck actually that needs to be a
little darker let’s add a little more blue yeah that’s better. I should have
maybe just a speck of green no there okay let’s go in here
let’s do this egg first we’ll just put that in go to the next egg and one more egg because I’m doing three and this is sort of rough on the bottom
here good ok we’re going to leave that for a second rinse the brush now it
might be best when you’re working with these eggs to let it dry for a day or so
until it gets a little tacky and then once it’s tacky you can spread it and
and highlight it a little bit better. Wipe off your brush each with each
little stroke of white because you’re going to have to build this up the white. Yeah I’m gonna I’m gonna leave that for
a second and just I wish it within that part I wish would drive faster it’s not
going to. Okay so let’s go ahead and go back to the round brush now and I’m
going to start doing a little more dark color so a little brown purple blue
alizarin some more medium okay now let’s just go in and just make this nest a
little bit more rustic looking that’s good little medium a little more
on this side I want darker on this side especially down by the eggs here just
sort of dip and dab. Okay rinse the brush now I want to go
into a little Alizarin and wait whatever I rinse my brush I didn’t get
all that brown out okay so a little Alizarin that’s probably a good color
right there yeah okay every once in a while you’d see color in the nest you
know because they pick up strings just a little bit of red there I want to do
that same thing now with a tiny bit of green I rinsed my brush now I’m going
into green a touch just a touch of white because I want the green to show up okay
so maybe maybe the nest would have maybe a leaf here maybe a branch here wipe the
brush before you go back into the green and maybe there’s something out here it
could be like who knows what okay rinse the brush now I want to go into a bigger
amount of white a little medium and a little let’s go into pure yellow
some yellow and maybe just a little bit of ochre yeah that’s a pretty color. Okay
so we would need to have some highlighting on there and your
highlighting since your light is here your highlighting would hit over here I
don’t have enough med just a minute I don’t have enough medium on here there
that’s better more white and and now you’re just kind
of highlighting a little more over here there and let’s see I could put a few
out because you know every once in a while you’d see something sticking way
out even down here a little bit okay good mhm.
We’re almost done almost but I did think of something else I thought would be
kind of fun to do in there okay let’s go back I want to go to the filbert brush
again and a little white maybe that is a little bit tacky enough the eggs are
maybe a little bit tacky enough – yeah wipe the brush off I didn’t use any
medium that time I just used pure white and now and and like I say I will
probably let this dry overnight and maybe I don’t know it should be pretty
dry overnight enough to make it tacky so that you could add more. Okay I think
I’ll add just a touch of blue also down underneath on the shadow side I’m using
straight blue see that milk kind of makes it pop a
little bit doesn’t it? Wiping the brush off in between each egg because you want
to make sure that it’s clean there I always wipe in between when you’re
gonna blend and we’ll still put one more probably one more white on there. Okay
that’s looking good right there I want to dab out just a hair okay cool
okay the one thing I thought of that would be kind of fun rinsing out the
brush I think using the flat brush let’s see them maybe the three no
quarter inch the quarter inch flat brush I’m going to go into some medium
Alizarin crimson and white making this kind of thin and you know I this I just I just
thought of this but I thought that maybe nice a flower and we’ll go highlight it
afterwards where would be another this here this would
how about yeah right here don’t ask me what kind of flower this is
I don’t know it’s just something I thought. Oh there would be kind of cute little medium keep your paint thin let’s
do one down here and how about another one right next to
it so there’s two of them and actually I kind of like that maybe we’ll just do
one right here. Okay now there’s sort of facing
different directions all right clean the brush now I rinse it
off touch of medium I want to go into some white not solid white it’s got
just a touch of pink in there and let’s just highlight now your light would be
coming in here so your light would get on this side a little more pink here
your white that’s good a little more white let’s go in here here here and
maybe even there okay then wipe the brush off and without
going into any medium I’m going to go back into Alizarin into this pile
because I’m just making this a little bit deeper this would be a little even
deeper yet there this would be your shadowy side. Let’s go this way there okay rinse that
brush off and centers let’s go into a yellow touch of crimson mostly mostly
yellow and I’ve got a pretty solid on there wipe the brush a little more
yellow touch of crimson maybe a touch of white let’s go into this one I’m wiping
the brush in between each time. I like that little touch of white in
there I think that mmm excuse me these flowers need that little touch of white yeah they’re like that okay again we’re
going to go into with a filbert brush and back into the white pure white milk
out Knoll medium on the brush just wait back into our little eggs again wipe the
brush back into the eggs this will more like a like an acrylic painting isn’t it?
You have to keep adding the white to it but that’s okay and add a little more white okay and now is just blend a little if
you want yeah it was really gonna work better if
it’s a little tacky but anyway what do you think are they cute? I thought it was
kind of adorable. One thing I would like to do maybe in just a couple of places
with the with the quarter inch brush a little medium and go into some yellow
just a little yellow maybe a little crimson – yeah and just highlight a
couple of these it wouldn’t be very much let’s go down here so when I’m doing
this I’m lifting off I touch and lift off maybe one would be here here let’s see we probably have something
right here here okay and if you want you can just that
this is the very end I promise a highlight your limbs a little bit here I’m using straight color no medium just
making these just a little bit lighter just kind of close to the nest here. So if any of you are working with
children I’ll tell you this is a wonderful way to do it this would be so
good for kids well while I’m finishing up this last just last couple of little
things just little highlight things I want to add just a couple little
branches that it really needs just something more and so let’s just go
whoops wait a minute there we go that’s better okay
little branches let me brace myself here coming off make them jiggly not all the
same maybe there might be one off here and you just want a few here and there
you don’t want to unindate the painting with too much stuff but you do
want to add just a tiny bit tiny bit more. Let’s have one coming off here one
that’s maybe a little bit larger notice I’m turning my brush this would come right off this side here
and actually that can be a little bit darker just a tiny bit yeah that’s
better. Okay that’s well you know what I don’t
like that one look how it’s just easy to take off if you don’t like something
just wipe it off with with water and that great I love that I got that one
too fat that’s why I decided I wanted to do a little bit different see it’s good
for you to see these mistakes because then you’ll know how what to do with
them when you go to do your painting. Okay now let’s do that again okay that’s a little bitter I like that
this can even be coming down here yeah that’s great.
Okay and let’s see I want to have something coming down right down here make them jiggly and tie them back into
your trunks okay like Seoul and let’s see I want to have one more how about
maybe a couple more oh I do definitely want one off this right here okay I like
that let’s see any more maybe just one
maybe just one right in yeah well yeah one right in here and then just a couple
of little little ones just here and there because there’s always little
broken up branches and stuff. So my closing thoughts on this I have to share
this with you I really really really love this Artisan product the paints
and the products that come with it and I really love the Artisan brushes I
think they are fabulous I would recommend them to anybody. And you know
another thing I love is that when this dries it is not shiny, like oil paint
gets a real shiny sometimes and even a curl it can get real shiny
well this dries more flat unless you’re using an oil. If you’re using a oil like a
linseed oil then it will dry more shiny but otherwise it’ll dry nice and flat.
And another thing that is just fantastic soap and water cleanup I mean cleanup is
so fast and so easy that it’s just this mind
boggling. I love that part that’s and that’ll be just so great for kids and
the only thing I want to do I want to add some more on this side more of the
brightness because your your nest would be the light would be hitting over here
on this side dipping into my medium making sure it’s nice and wet and moist and sometimes it would even be hanging
down it might might be going up a little bit see the nest it does come out over
the edges the nest will definitely come out over the edges and it would also I want to brighten up this side over here
because definitely the light would be hitting over here. Just kind of scribble you want it bright
here you want to break these two corners you can want kind of bright just mess it up a little bit there so I
hope you consider trying these products at least one time. It’s not a huge
investment if you don’t go crazy and buy a lot of supplies just take it small a
little bit at a time and just try it and just see what you think because I think
you’ll be pleasantly surprised especially if you want to get away from
chemical smells and all that stuff, which I’m I’m really leaning that way
big time leaning that way. Okay and also I did see I wanted to bring up a little
bit like over the eggs just a tiny bit of dark. Oh before I do that let’s let’s
hit that with that little tiny brush. I just want to hit that at the top of
those eggs just a little bit more really make them shiny and bright and then just
sort of blend it in at the bottom. Wipe off the brush and just go ahead and
blend there, cool! you might after this is
totally dry you might want to take and just put one little dot of white at the
top just to make that one little part just really glow let’s see oh yeah the
one thing I wanted to do yet was bring some of the brown over the eggs I
probably shouldn’t do this I should probably wait till it’s dry but if there
was yeah let’s go a little more oil here blue brown a little purple okay let’s
try this. Yeah there we go just like there’s like a you know a little bit of
yeah what is it the stuff whatever the birds collect a little grasses and stuff
so a little bit hanging over there well. I will have links below to these
products that I have used today if you’d like to check them out and see what
they’re all about and the pricing and stuff and if you have any questions
please write them down in the comment section I’d love to answer them and I’m
just so happy that we got this painting this painting finished and that it
was a really a fun one. Let me know if you loved it, let me know if you hated it,
I don’t care, just let me know! Anyway wishing you all a fabulous day, Bye

17 Comments

  • Christine Wolanin says:

    I purchased them but haven’t ha a chance to use them

  • millie343 says:

    Started painting again after 35 yrs I didn't like the fast drying and colorization of acrylics, but didn't like the clean up and toxic products with oil. I discovered water mixable and very happy with them. The colors, blending, and especially clean up. This is definitely my medium and I am happy with my paintings. I would recommend them highly. Thanks for your tutorials.

  • Mona L creates says:

    Beautiful painting Yovette!! Enjoyed watching the video!! Thanks for sharing!!

  • Ange LaLa'Art Studio says:

    Thank you so much for your informative videos! I learn so much from you! I was given a few tubes of the water soluble oils and have not been able to get good info on working with them 🙏 thank you so much! YAY… I'm looking forward to crack'n those seals haha!💗🙏

  • Barae Jaouni says:

    Hello Madam Yovette
    Thank you a million for sharing
    You chose very nice view
    so creative with colours
    I feel like this nest came from heaven
    It is very good to know about this product "water mixable oil paint"
    It is worthy to give it a try
    Waiting for your next video
    Have a great time!

  • Rick J Berube Art Studio says:

    Very pretty! The background colors are so soft and go so well with the foreground. Your use of shading and highlights are amazing and spot on! Keep up the great work

  • Sharon R says:

    Beautiful and i love the colour's 🙂

  • deso5626 says:

    So pretty 💕

  • Tap Air says:

    Great painting 👍👍

  • dmclem1942 says:

    I hope you got the photo I sent from my phone I enjoy doing this thank you I am glad you are back

  • Susan's Creative says:

    Finally finding some time to catch part 3. Looks fantastic Yovette.
    I've not tried these paints, very interesting though. Thanks for sharing.

  • Gemela Mouat García says:

    ¡ Pintas hermoso Yovette..! Pero yo sigo un rato con un caballo de Duncan y otro rato con tu rosa hermosa!
    Como tengo 78 años, no me queda tanto tiempo para terminar con mi meta..!!

  • john napier says:

    Very pretty painting.. I need to try this..

  • Sandra Hooper says:

    I found your youtube site recently and have been watching your videos. I was glad to see you using water mixable oil. I would LOVE to see you do more water mixable oil paintings. I'm new to this medium and would love to learn how I can use them.

  • Patricia Christian says:

    Can you please explain how to make Water Mixable Oil Paint ? Thank you for your teaching and your tutorials You are such sweet artist 🤟🏻🎨👵🏼

  • Tiffany's Fine Art says:

    I love the look of the nest! I want to paint an eagles nest one day.

  • Jean Brookes says:

    Wow , you never fail , this is so natural and gorgeous. Thank you so much. Love Jeany UK xX

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