Tiger DVD


3 hours 54 mins of real time audio and video footage.


Learn to Paint a Tiger in Watercolour, Video Tutorial
Let me guide you step by step through the entire process of painting this amazing tiger.  I will teach you many of my realistic painting techniques.  These will include working wet in wet and applying washes.  We will also work on layering and fine detail.  I will of course cover how to paint detailed and realistic eyes.  Finally, we will use watercolour white to bring our tiger to life.

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The DVD box contains a materials list including the colours I would recommend.  There is also a link via my web site to download both the photo and the outline drawing.

Please note that if you are not the European PAL format this DVD will play on your computer instead.

Do come along and learn to paint a tiger in watercolour with me.  Follow my real time video with audio explanation of the whole process.  From start to finish you get 3 hours 54 mins of video footage.

Work at your own speed

A DVD enables you to work at your own speed.  Firstly you can dip in and out of the content.  Secondly you can spend time studying the fine details and practise the various techniques as often as you like.

The video below will give you an idea of the content on this DVD.
Would you prefer to download or stream the video?  You can do both from the Buy all link.  This will take you to my Vimeo hosting page to purchase.



Would you prefer to get this video tutorial AND many more besides?   Take a look at becoming a member of my online school.  I feel that I have found my niche and I absolutely love teaching others.  Firstly, I find it extremely rewarding to be able to see the progress my students make.  Secondly I enjoy being able to interact directly with fellow wildlife artists.  Thirdly and most importantly I am able to share my love of the watercolour medium.

I love sharing my style of painting through my tutorials and hope I inspire you to create detailed wildlife portraits too.  Paul