Practice Sunflower (Oils) Free Course

Karen Underwood · October 5, 2020

Practice Sunflower (Oils)

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Full-Length Video with written instructions! Learn how to paint a sunflower!

  • Course Difficulty Rating: Entry Level
  • Video Duration: 23 minutes
  • Materials & Supplies List
  • Full Step by Step Written instructions with Images
  • Full-Length Audio Video

Throughout this course I will take your through each step, you will see each stroke, my palette and canvas are in full view throughout each lesson.

I have also included written materials with full details along with images to allow you to follow away from the video too.

I provide full support throughout this course, upload your painting for feedback at the end of your lesson.

We also have forums where you can ask as many questions as you like.

If you have any questions please send me a message.

We would love your feedback, please leave feedback below.

Best wishes


Materials Required


Canvas size  8 x 8 inches

Paints - Oil

  • Titanium white
  • Cadmium Yellow or Windsor Yellow
  • Ochre
  • Cadmium Orange
  • Sap Green
  • Burnt Umber
  • Black

Paints - Acrylic or Gesso

  • White

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Course Includes

  • 3 Lessons
  • 9 Topics

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Kim King
Posted 1 year ago
Easy to follow

I'm new to painting and have only done landscapes before. I wanted to try something new and this course caught my eye. Really happy with the outcome and the course itself was easy to follow. I will be doing more flower courses in the future for sure.

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  1. Just uploaded my attempt for critique. Easy to follow instructions both video and written instruction. I used oil painting paper and although the guidance says that no surface preparation is necessary, I found the paper to be super absorbent which created many problems and affected the outcome. I will from now on give the paper a prior coat of gesso just to seal the surface. I’m beginning to understand the technique of painting flowers, but understanding is only slowly translating into developing skills! Great fun and I’d strongly recommend anyone attempting painting flowers not to be disheartened when their work is not as accomplished as Karen’s. Stick at it!

    1. Hi Ian, Yes you should seal the paper first, it will absorb too fast so you will not have the flow of paint. Seal with Acrylic paint or Gesso. Well done!

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