A Detailed Watercolour Critique by Paul Hopkinson


I will appraise your watercolour project and give you guidance on things which have worked well and things to improve on.


This listing is for a detailed watercolour critique of your work based on one of my tutorials.  I will need you to email me a good scan or photo of your work.  I will acknowledge I have received your purchase and will email your critique within a week.

Your critique will highlight areas which have worked well and those that may need further attention.  You will also be given specific guidance on ways to improve your painting.  Additionally I will offer suggestions on things you perhaps need to look at or techniques you would benefit from using.

It may be possible for me to critique watercolour paintings of wildlife other than those based on my tutorials.  In the first instance please message me to enquire whether this is possible.  Please also bear in mind you will need to email me the photo that you have worked from.

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.  My aim is to inspire and help others to create detailed wildlife portraits too.  I find it extremely rewarding to be able to see the progress my students make.  And I really enjoy being able to interact directly with fellow wildlife artists.

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Would you prefer to receive a regular monthly detailed watercolour critique alongside a range of other benefits and rewards?

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The rewards on offer include an in-depth PDF step by step guide for each main project.  In addition each month, I release three more videos – a main project, a mini project and a complementary one too!  You will gain 24/7 access to the entire back catalogue of video tutorials.  Finally you get to join my private Facebook Group which is for Patreon members only.

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