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Course: Line & Wash

  • learn to paint in the Line & Wash Technique

  • 20 short tutorials for quick impact

  • 4 long tutorials where we paint landscapes

  • all video's in real time (no time lapses) 

  • Fun, vibrant and quick artwork! 

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For only £150* you will learn painting in Line & Wash, create in a loose and vibrant style and we will fill 20 pages in our sketchbook together.

*That is less than £6,25 per tutorial. 

Learn to Paint in

Line & Wash​

This course is for you: 

  • if you have little time to create

  • If you would like to let go of perfectionism.
  • if you want to try a new art style.

  • If you would like to learn how to use ink and watercolours.

  • if you want to build an art habit and create on a regular basis. 
  • If you are looking for an art style with quick impact

  • If you want to learn an art style that you can use on the go 

Do I need to be good at drawing to join?
Each of the lessons in this course comes with a sketch template that you can follow if you are new to drawing.  Some of the tutorials are super easy and some are a little more complicated. However, My main goal is to give you the tools to start drawing and painting yourself. Plus this style is perfect if for a more loose (maybe wonky) style. 

What are we making?

In this course you will learn how to paint in Ink (line) and Watercolour (wash).

It is a quick and loose style that is perfect for outdoor observational art, for loose illustrations and for sketchbook work.

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Why do I love Line & Wash so much?

In Line & wash we combine waterproof ink with watercolour paint and when I first started to use this technique it blew my mind! The fact that I could make a drawing and then paint over it was just amazing. 

Back then I was pretty good at drawing but I used to find painting really hard still. This way I could make myself a 'colouring in' make a drawing first and then paint over it. Nowadays I often paint outside the lines and I enjoy that freedom a lot too! 

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Line & Wash is perfect for Plein-air painting

What my creatives say

What Materials Do I need? 

For this course I would recommend the following materials:

  • a HB sketch pencil, eraser and sharpener

  • a waterproof ink pen, fine liner or brushpen

  • Watercolour brushes, a container for water, cloth and a palette. 

  • Water based paint; watercolour paint or gouache

  • Watercolour paper or a sketchbook suitable for watercolours

It is very important that the ink for the line part of each artwork is waterproof! 

You can find my favourite art materials in the FAQ

If you would like to draw as part of a fun and inclusive group, why not check out the Makings & Musings Community. 

In the community we draw and paint together four times a month, you will find art tutorials and lots of inspiration. 

The community is perfect if you want to experiment with materials, if you are looking for a reason to make time for art and it is the perfect place to share your work in a safe non-judgemental environment!


Hands on approach

I love a no-nonsense approach to art as the best way to learn is by creating.

In this course we will do minimal sketching we will start painting from day one and I invite you to draw along from the start. 


 My hope is that you will carry on painting after you have completed this course and that I help you finding your own creative voice in the process. 

How does it work?

During the course you can see what I do as if you are looking over my shoulder. I explain each step I take and you can see exactly what movements I make. 

If you sign up today you will immediately have access to the week one tutorial plus all introduction video's. 

The course will open up to you in four weeks.  

after that you will have lifetime access. 

Share your work

after a few sessions I ask you to share your artwork with me, if you do that in the course I am the only person who will see it and I can give feedback if you like.  

You can also share your artwork in the homework gallery if you are a community member  and if you share it on social media make sure to tag me @makingsandmusings. 

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