This World Art Day upgrade your skills with online classes from these artists

Art is not just about creating beautiful paintings or sculptures but expressing yourself. There no better feeling for an artist than when your brush slides naturally on the canvas, or you’re sketching the right lines, it almost feels meditative. And, if you’re looking to brush up on your art skills, then we got something special for you. On the occasion of World Art Day, we bring you artists from around the country sharing their knowledge and teaching you how to feed your artistic keeda, one artwork at a time.

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Watercolor artist Dhritikana Nath is known for her vibrant landscapes and waterscapes. If you want to know the secret of painting realistic waves and water, then check out her classes on Skillshare. She also posts time-lapse videos on Instagram.

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From gorgeous night sky to vintage buildings, Panchi loves to paint everything she finds beautiful. If you want to learn watercolour techniques, then check out her YouTube channel and Skillshare

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Making the most out of acrylics, artyshils’ paintings can be called magical. From beautiful scenery to gorgeous portraits, you can learn a lot of painting styles from her. Check out her YouTube to learn some awesome techniques on World Art Day. 

Also Read: This Mumbai based illustrator is sketching up some relatable content!

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An artist, YouTuber, and a speaker, Alika Bhatt is known for her semi-realistic style of painting. Often experimenting with landscapes and florals, her art feels soothing for the soul. Check out her YouTube channel for an easy step-by-step explanation.

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Paintings so beautiful, you might as well confuse it for the real deal. From florals to portraits, Aparna teaches all the skills in her arsenal on her YouTube channel.

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Mandalas are not only beautiful to look at but also calming to draw. And Richa does not only draw complicated mandalas but breaking them down to simple steps you can follow. And if you want to go a step higher, combine mandala with a beautiful watercolour backdrop.

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If sketching is your medium of choice, then check out the YouTube channel by Abhishek. With his ongoing series, you can learn the basics of pencil sketching and shadows. There are also tutorials on oil pastels, brush pens, and others.

Nitin Singh

If you want to paint like an artist using watercolours then Nitin Singh’s YouTube channel is your best friend. From explaining the sketching process, basic wash, and final detailing, to exploring wrist exercises for artists, there are loads of techniques you can learn here.

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