Teeny Tiny Tutorial Wilson’s Warbler Watercolor Painting

This Teeny Tiny Tutorial will examine the process of big life emerging from a tiny artwork. Not all art is grand in scale or needs to use large materials. Sometimes big things really do come in small packages and in this video, I share how to create step by step your very own teeny tiny painting. From saving time, money, and allowing space to create freely in a smaller format; art in miniature has many wonderful benefits as mentioned in my post “Advantages of Creating Miniature Art”

Also, if you are wanting to use a reference image (an image that is not yours) you can check out a previous article “How to use a Photo Reference Without Violation and Make It Your Own“. Experiment further with the tools used in this video below.

Tools Used

⊳ Canson Watercolor Artboard
⊳ Graph Gear 2000 Pencil .5
Winsor & Newton Cotman Watercolor Compact Set
Princeton Watercolor Aqua Elite Brush Set
Uniball Signo White Gel Pen


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