Free: Watercolor Shading Tutorial
In this free tutorial, you'll learn the basic techniques for shading with watercolor. I'll share a couple of quick tips, and you'll be shading your illustrations (and hand lettering) in no time.
Whimsical Watercolor Basics
Who can take a class on watercolor washes and glazing and make it fun? I can, with the help of some adorable bunnies. Learn the basics of watercolor, and infuse your art with color & whimsy!
Whimsical Watercolor Gardens
This course is packed with everything you need to create whimsical watercolor gardens, from initial sketch to final piece, step-by-step, plant by plant, critter by critter. Come, tap into your inner Spring!
Whimsical Watercolor Lettering
Learn the basics of hand lettering design plus tricks for creating whimsical letters in a workshop that takes you from simple lettering sketch to finished watercolor piece, step-by-step.
Free: How to Make a Mandala
Learn techniques for creating beautiful, intricate mandalas. No experience is necessary, and once you know the basics, there is no end to the number of designs you'll be able to create on your own.
Free: Chalkboard Tips
Learn the difference between porous and non-porous chalkboards, and how to choose the right board for your project. Plus a quick demonstration of how to properly season a new chalkboard.
Easy Chalkboard Sign-Making
The perfect (super-easy, super fun) hack for making beautiful, decorative chalkboard signs, no matter your experience or skill level. Unique, gorgeous DIY home decor? You've got this.
More About J Clement Wall
J Clement Wall is an artist, illustrator, and author in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her art, which often features her unique whimsical lettering, can be found in books and on a wide variety of products. She wrote and illustrated the self-love journal, Find Your Awesome (HCI BOOKS) and illustrated several coloring books in the popular Inkspirations series, including Marci Shimoff’s Inkspirations For Women, and Jack Canfield’s The Power of Positive Inking. Her writing has been published in literary journals and on websites such as Huffington Post, Mind Body Green, BeliefNet, and The Rumpus.
Her online art workshops reflect her philosophy that learning to play and experiment creatively is at least as important as learning specific techniques; making art should fill your heart and soul, not stress you out.