Blue Tit 💙💛


Here is a Blue Tit 💛💙
I recorded entire process video, unfortunately it got damaged 😦


Thank you for following,  you can see my art on Instagram @artbysnehal I am also teaching art on Skillshare, you can take free art lessons for 2 months, click here.


Painted this bird over weekend, this will be going up on my living room wall. I have recorded a time lapse video of entire painting, will share it soon on Instagram.

Material used – arches paper, Mijello mission gold colors.

#day8 Gold finches #1

I started with these finches today. It took a while to arrange them on branches. Those  were 3 separate reference pictures from photos for artists group on Facebook.
I am using arches paper and mission gold colors.
I do have a time lapse video will share it soon on Instagram.

By the today I’d Draw A Bird Da, so this can be my this month’s entry for DABD!

#day6 – Hummingbird and flowers #4

Finally it’s done! It took a while to get it done.
I have used arches 140 lb cold press 100% cotton paper, Mijello mission gold colors and my all time favorite raphael and silver brushes for this painting.

I am still editing/working on my next skillshare class, it allows me very less time for painting birds. Well and another thing I forgot to share is that I am also doing 30 days challenge for paper 53. It’s an iPad app where you have to create daily illustration as per the prompt. I haven’t shared those illustrations on social media yet but I am planning to make a post or two.

oh! have I mentioned that this year I have started keeping daily planner. I will write a post about it soon.

Hope you liked this painting. Thank you for visiting.

#day3 – Hummingbird and flowers #1

Started with this hummingbird painting. Today I could finish pencil drawing ✍️ followed by background and stared with fuchsia flower painting.

I am using arches paper for this painting as I have decided to work into multiple layers, so though this paper will definitely serve the purpose. Using Mijello mission gold colors. Please see attached work in progress pictures for reference.

Thank you.

How to paint bird of paradise🎨


Hello to all My WP friends and new followers 🙋🏻‍♀️ we had a great time on Christmas evening with friends over here. Hope you too had a blessed Merry Christmas 🎄

If you’re looking for a small project on this holiday season to work on then, I do have another class on Skillshare, its  How to paint bird of paradise in watercolor. You can see it here.  At the end of a class you will have an artwork ready to hang on your wall or to give it as a gift 💝

For those who aren’t aware of Skillshare, Skillshare is an online learning community for people who want to learn from educational videos. The courses, which are not accredited, are available through subscription. The majority of courses focus on interaction rather than lecturing, with the primary goal of learning by completing a project.

You can use this link to get 2 months of free premium membership subscription.

I’m working on my new Skillshare class which will be live in new year, stay tuned for more updates.

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Free Shipping on my ETSY shop


Hello There 👋🏼

Its been ages I had written my last post on WP.  My day job as a UX Designer and busy family life made it difficult to make art regularly. I have decided to get back to art slowly. This is the first step to start with a blog post 😀

This year I missed to participate in World Watercolor Month, you can see my last years 31 rainbow birds here. I know that old medal doesn’t count but I really loved that project.

Anyways I’m offering Free Worldwide Shipping on my Etsy Shop. You can visit here

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Happy new year

Here is my first post of 2019!

Last few weeks I was so busy so I couldn’t get back to my blog in long time.

Anyways, I wish you and your family a very happy new year 🎊🎆 hope 2019 will bring you peace and prosperity.

I have some plans regarding my art development. Stay in touch for more details till the time you can visit my Etsy shop or follow me on Instagram as a @artbysnehal

Thank you!