Learn to Paint in a Botanical Style – Beech Nut Realistic Illustrations
Beech nuts are encased in a hard woody prickly outer shell. This gradually develops around the ripening fruit. Usually the shell will enclose one or two beech nuts otherwise known as beechmast. Did you know that a ‘mast year’ is when a tree produces an exceptional number of fruits? We had one for beech a couple of years ago and walking under the trees the ground was literally covered in the nuts. This year hasn’t been such a good year for beech nuts but oak trees seem to have had a mast year with the ground under them completely covered. Isn’t nature wonderful.
This is an instant PDF download, you could start painting the beech nuts in a matter of minutes. You don’t even need to wait for the post to arrive! You will receive a 23-page PDF document. Set out in the same way as the tutorials I write for magazines. However, you get lots more large photos of the different stages.
You can paint the nuts as solo projects or add them to a wildlife painting of your choice. Alternatively you can paint them along with the other seasonal elements as a complete Beech Tree study. To buy the other tutorials or the complete set of studies click on the links below:
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I really like to focus on the watercolour techniques needed to create a realistic painting. Likewise, I love sharing this style of painting through my tutorials and hope I inspire others to create detailed wildlife portraits too.
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