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Today I want to share with you the real secrete of a loose painting. I have searched around the internet and surprisingly, I haven’t found it.

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0:00 – Intro
0:40 – What is visual language?
02:15 – 3 steps of visual language
02:26 – Observe
03:01 – Analyze
03:56 – Process/Interpret
05:34 – Painting Demo – Drawing
09:24 – First Wash
10:38 – Second Wash
17:16 – Third Wash
24:07 – Glazing
25:15 – Finishing touches
27:40 – Conclusion

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Materials I use for this painting: (affiliation links)

Paper – Saunders Waterford 12×16 rough

Big wash brushes – Escoda Aquario, Joseph Zbukvic set

Smaller paint brushes – Escoda Perla #8 and #10
(it’s cheaper to buy them separately rather than the set with a travel brush that I rarely use)
Escoda Perla #8

Escoda Perla #10

My brush for trees and foliage – Escoda Reserva #10

My painting light – PHIVE LED desk lamp

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29 comments

Café Watercolor - Eric Yi Lin 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Painting a loose painting is not just a technique or style, it's really about having a good grasp on visual language. Is today's video offers you some clarity? ☺

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Sharn S 19/08/2021 - 22:41

this is actually so helpful tysm. probably learned a lot about how to read other people's paintings too.

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Marian C-R 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Love it; thank you. Definitely a great help. I'm a detailed person and I aim to paint loosely. Appreciate your lessons/tips.

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Marlene Kluper 19/08/2021 - 22:41

WOW !

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Amanda Poland 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Loved this video! You explained everything so well! I’ve always had trouble simplifying so this was a huge help and I would love to see more videos like this one! Great job!

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DrawForge 19/08/2021 - 22:41

All the comments below are geniuses

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Janice Tio 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Very helpful advice-thank you.

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Ravi Sankaran 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Wonderful video

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kimfaulkner100 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Really enjoyed the video and learnt some great lessons about visual language. Thank you for sharing.

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Luken U. See 19/08/2021 - 22:41

I enjoyed your video very much, especially the way you made your decisions about how to simplify the objects and the scene overall, using value to connect things, and merely suggesting features and objects to the viewer. Experience would seem to be the key in making these choices. Love the painting. This was very helpful!

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maahi tyagi 19/08/2021 - 22:41

colours usually go dull for me, am I doing something wrong? doing wet on wet and boom, colours are just so dull.

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Susan Cook 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Thank you Eric, this is a great tutorial, very helpful.

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Kathryn Curry 19/08/2021 - 22:41

That was very informative, thank you!

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Zenon22207 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Thank you for yet another wonderful demonstration in Watercolour painting.

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BRUNO VILLERS 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Thank you for the lesson Eric, great moment of watercolor, you have talent. Bruno in France

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Sofie 19/08/2021 - 22:41

I just want to post this comment to say, I am so unbelievably grateful that I found your channel. I cannot thank you enough for putting out such high quality knowledge out like this, I learned so much already from just watching a few videos. Thank you thank you Eric!!

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koskey06 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Thank you!! For this video! I'm just starting into drawing and painting….mainly ink and watercolor…..but I have always liked this style of loose art but never had someone brack it down in a way that makes sense. Tho i haven't really painted a full peice yet…this give me excitement once I get my drawing and inking down. I just love the idea of trying but not trying to hard or taking forever but just going for it in a quick and dirty way that in my opinion has more appeal

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Rob Ot 19/08/2021 - 22:41

👍🙏

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Jayashri Malonde watercolours 19/08/2021 - 22:41

I always want to use loose brush strokes and end up in so much detailing. Thank u for this video.

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Cindy Kong 19/08/2021 - 22:41

I have watched just two of your videos. Already, I am getting so much about watercolor painting, that I couldn't get out of a book on the topic. I like drawing, but I am overwhelmed by landscapes and colours. Thank you.

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Sahar Wasfi 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Amazing!!! Thank you for sharing

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מוטי עיני 19/08/2021 - 22:41

You explained this issue so well! I really feel like i have a clearer grasp on the concept of loose painting and visual communication. Thank you so much Eric, so glad i subscribed!

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Marilyn Ambler 19/08/2021 - 22:41

I really appreciate your videos Eric and especially your kind and generous way of teaching. Deepest regards. Keep shinning as only YOU can. It means a lot to many I am sure, especially me. I love to paint and I so needed a great teacher like you to come into my life. Since I found you I have been searching for more of your videos and I find I am enjoying each one of them. I love that you are authentic and I feel a deep connection with you as another kindred art spirit. I am grateful. You rock xxoo

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Glenn Harrison 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Love it all it's fantastic. I am going to do this now I feel so inspired by it but I think adding a little ink outlining may improve it, or it could just ruin it all. But your program is an inspiration and I am just going to try and experiment and see how it looks. Thank you again and keep the videos coming😁🌼🌻🌷🍏😁😁😁

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Beth Muse 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Thank you for this! I do think that decisive painting is important, but you're totally right that this comes with confidence you get when you plan! Great video!

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Cinder Flame 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Hi Eric. watched your tutorial tonight. There were some really great tips there. I've always wanted to be able to paint in that style but
though I had to capture every tiny detail. I tried a city scene myself after watching what you did. I think I'm still too heavy handed but I was wondering what size paper you think is best? I did mine in A4 but felt, in the end, that I didn't really have 'room to move'.

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Lowtek Artis 19/08/2021 - 22:41

The real secret is not to give a shit.

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K.B. Woodworker 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Excellent discussion of loose painting. I learned a lot! Thank you.

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Veroniciany Veronica 19/08/2021 - 22:41

Great technique, great teacher and great painting 🖼. Thank you very much for the great show.

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