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Online Tuition - harvest mouse in watercolour

 


Online tuition

Would you like to have a go at painting this harvest mouse in watercolour?

New online tuition is available via my website showing how to bring together a few different watercolour techniques to paint this little chap.  The tuition comprises 2 online videos and lots of tips.

Grab those brushes :)

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