# Learn to Paint Magnolia Flowers | Time-Lapse Painting Tutorial
Welcome to my channel! In this time-lapse video, I will teach you how to paint realistic and beautiful pink Saucer Magnolia flowers. If you’re not confident in drawing your own design, don’t worry! I have included a link to my Pinterest page where you can find a downloadable sketch of the magnolia blossom design. Just visit my Pinterest page and look for the “Tutorials” folder. Print out the sketch and follow along with me.
Here are the supplies you will need to paint along with me: LIQUITEX acrylic paint colors (Titanium White, Yellow Ochre, Rouge, Dioxazine Purple, Burnt Umber, Permanent Black, Light Olive Green, Hookers Green, Green Gray, Fluorescent Red), Daler- Rowney brushes (1/4″, 3/8″, 2″ Royal & Langnickel Angle Brushes), 12×12″ Premium Cold Press Watercolor Paper, BIC Mechanical Pencil, Paper Towels, Cup of Water, and a Paint Palette.
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Hey everyone! Would you like to learn how to paint flowers realistically? In this video, I’ll show you how to paint beautiful magnolia flowers. I’ll also share with you the acrylic paints that I use, as well as all the necessary supplies. Additionally, I have included a link in the description below to my Pinterest page. You can find a downloadable sketch of the magnolia blossom design there. Feel free to print it out and follow along with me. Let’s get started and paint together!
This magnolia painting is done on a 12×12 inch sheet of paper. To begin the sketch, I use a cereal bowl that is about 8.5 inches in diameter. I lay it on the paper, making sure it’s centered, and I draw a little circle around it. I love using big mechanical pencils for their texture and built-in erasers. For this sketch, I used actual magnolia buds and blooms that I snipped from a tree outside my studio. However, if you prefer a pre-made sketch, you can find one on my Pinterest page.
I start by sketching out the magnolia petals, which can range from 5 to 9 in total. Saucer magnolia petals are thick and leathery, with a tapered end towards the bud base. The bark of magnolia trees is textured and beautiful. To paint, I use Liquitex paints, and I start with the color “Rouge” mixed with “Dioxazine Purple” to achieve a fluorescent pink shade. I apply the darker colors towards the base of the bud scale, and the interiors of the petals are a bright white mixed with a tiny bit of “Dioxazine Purple”. I also use “Fluorescent Red” to add an iridescent look to the petals.
For the buds, I use a darker shade of “Dioxazine Purple” mixed with a little bit of “Black” to create depth. The tip of the bud is usually the darkest, while the middle is brighter. The flower opens up, so the colors tend to fade towards the outer edges. I paint in layers, constantly adding depth and shading where necessary. Testing colors on a separate paper helps ensure the desired effect.
I also focus on painting the bud scale, which is fuzzy and has tiny leaves. I use a mix of “Burnt Umber”, “Light Olive Green”, and a touch of “Permanent Black” to create the texture. Highlights are added with “Titanium White”. The bottom of the bud is darker, and as I move to the upper bud, I introduce some “Rouge” mixed with “Titanium White” for highlights.
Remember, painting is a process of layering. Add depth, create shadows, and bring your magnolia flowers to life. Enjoy the journey and have fun while learning to paint these beautiful blossoms!
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Stay creative and keep painting!
Hey everyone! Would you like to learn to paint realistic beautiful pink Saucer Magnolia flowers? Please join me in this time lapse video Learn to Paint Magnolia Flowers.
If you’re not fully comfortable drawing your own design, I’ve included a link to my Pinterest page. You can visit, find the folder “Tutorials” and print off a sketch.
I believe everyone can learn to paint and draw! If you have any questions, please drop them in the comment section.
If you enjoy this video, feel free to share! And please like and subscribe for more content! I will be adding videos weekly and I’d love for you to join me!
Supplies were purchased on Amazon.
LIQUITEX PAINT COLORS USED:
TITANIUM WHITE, YELLOW OCHRE, ROUGE, DIOXAZINE PURPLE, BURNT UMBER, PERMANENT BLACK, LIGHT OLIVE GREEN, HOOKERS GREEN, GREEN GRAY
FLUORESCENT RED- DALER- ROWNEY
1/4″, 3/8″, 2″ ROYAL & LANGNICKEL ANGLE BRUSHES
12×12″ PREMIUM COLD PRESS WATERCOLOR PAPER
BIC MECHANICAL PENCIL
CUP OF WATER
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