In this tip video I wanted to share with you my method for painting the shiny skin on Cherries, to get a really 3D result.

The challenge is to closely observe, and then replicate, the transitions between the areas of shine and the dark cherry skin around them, so that’s what I’m focusing on here:

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Happy painting,



  1. Gilda Maria Otto Poplade 6 years ago

    Miss Anna Mason

    Thank you for the tips.
    They have been very rewarding to study watercolor using your technique.
    I’m a beginner. And just I started because of your watercolours.

    All the best

    Gilda M. O. Poplade

  2. mary serfass 6 years ago

    Could you tell me what the type of easel is called that you are using on this video

  3. roxana blanton 5 years ago

    I had been away from Facebook for a few months, now I’m back and I realize how much I had missed you. Thank you for all your inspiring tips. I really like your easel.. Can it be bought through one of either Dick Blick or Cheap Joe?

  4. Kate Amedeo 5 years ago

    Thank you for your wonderful videos! So looking forward to getting your book! 🙂

  5. Linda Sprouse 3 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this really great instructional video and sharing so many tips and techniques. You inspire us to try new things.

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