10 Awesome Watercolor Tree Tutorials

Want to learn how to paint a watercolour tree? Look no further, because I have 10 really easy watercolour tree tutorials to help you learn!

10 Awesome Watercolor Tree Tutorials - Inkstruck Studio

  1. Create a wintery landscape following this simple tutorial from Craftsy. Head over HERE to start!
  2.  Painting watercolour trees can be so much fun – that’s why I created a how-to post on how to create four different shapes for watercolour trees. Read HERE how each one is different.
  3.  Looking for a more colourful and wild watercolour tree tutorial? Check out this rainbow tutorial HERE from June Collins to create this triad tree!
  4.  Capturing the colors of fall can be so easy when you paint a cozy autumn tree. Find the step-by-step tutorial HERE to learn how!
  5.  Jennifer Branch has a great tutorial on how to create this pine tree full of movement.  You can see the entire process via video HERE.
  6.  These spatter art trees are so cute and easy to make, especially as Lindsay shows each step HERE at The Postman’s Knock.
  7. Learn how to make these spring watercolor trees using something you already have – wax paper! See the whole tutorial HERE.
  8.  Sometimes just a simple branch is enough. Learn how to create this easy painting HERE.
  9.  Lucy of Craftberry Bush shows you how to make this beautiful autumnal tree HERE.
  10.  Create a forest of birch trees if you want to try something more challenging! Head HERE to find out how!

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