Stewart White/Thomas Schaller Watercolor Bundle


Video Length: 7 Hours 23 Minutes
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Your Special Invitation to Study with a Watercolor Power Duo

You can add two excellent watercolor instructional videos to your personal learning library for one special price

Professional architecture illustrator and award-winning watercolorist Stewart White leads you through his simple methods of making any complex scene much easier to paint.

When it comes to architecture, perspectives, and figures, even the most experienced artists may feel quite intimidated. To add to that, making sure you get the light and shadows just right is a completely different problem.

Fortunately, we’re once again offering Painting Architecture in Watercolor with Hall of Fame artist Stewart White. This is one of our best-selling watercolor instructional videos and we’re ecstatic to bring it back to you. 


You do not need to be an expert to paint amazing architectural scenes. All you need to do is follow along with Stewart and he’ll help you make sense of it all.

Stewart freely shares his carefully crafted techniques so you can paint complicated scenes that even include figures — attainable, uncomplicated, and most importantly … enjoyable.

Study with Stewart and you’ll soon be looking forward to confidently paintinganyarchitectural scene.

We’re bundling this hot video with another of our top-sellers — Thomas W. Schaller: Watercolor - The Power of Design

Thomas shares his best with you here — why design is the beginning of everything, when and how to edit details, what happens when nature meets the man-made world, and how you can capture the best of both.

All throughout this video, you’ll be improving the way you actually see things rather than just look at them. Tom will even tell you why he is so in love with luminous shadows and teach you to create them.

Best of all, you’ll get to discover (or rediscover) how to identify your own personal perspective.

When you have both of these videos that are laser-focused on design and successfully painting detailed scenes, the only way for you to go as an artist is UP.