Watercolor Gooseberries Illustration On Jam Labels

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Watercolor Gooseberry Illustration Realistic Watercolour Irina Sztukowski

It is always nice to see how my work appears on the final product.

These watercolor Gooseberries were painted in realistic style. The composition of three berries with the gooseberries leaves at the background, as well as the drop shadows gives a distinctive three dimensional feeling to the painting.

I remember one comment from the customer that came to the store and was attracted to pick up an purchase the product. She said: “Labels are what caught my eye in the shop! Well done Irina. ” It was very sweet of her to confirm for me my guess that my watercolor do “sell” so to speak the product attracting the customers by their beauty.

 

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Realistic Food Watercolor Illustrations On Packaging

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Nectaflor Pastry Watercolor Illustrations Artist Irina Sztukowski

Realistic watercolor is now on packaging containers of delicious pastries of Nectaflor Company: Almond with leaves and fluffy tasty pastry watercolor painting illustration.

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Realistic Watercolour Of Raspberries

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Watercolor Raspberries Illustration Realism Food in Watercolour

Realistic watercolor at work: Raspberries with leaves and flowers painting illustration for my clients labels and packaging design.

 

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Food Illustration in Watercolor – Realistic Watercolour Of Strawberries – Artist Illustrator Irina Sztukowski

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Watercolour Illustration Strawberry Realistic Technique by Irina Sztukowski

Realistic Watercolor Painting Of Strawberry: Cut, Whole, Flower, Leaves

 

I painted this realistic style watercolors of strawberries bunch: whole berry, cut in half berry, strawberry flower and leaves; for my clients packaging labels for a strawberry jam.

 

This realistic approach is created by using a combination technique: wet-on-wet washes with wet-on-dry layers and at the end dry-brush technique.

The applied shadows allow a 3D effect feeling to whole painting.

The highlights on the strawberry were reserved spaces of the white paper, yet the flower was painted with light glaze of ultramarine blue with warm overtones of yellow.

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Watercolour Illustration Fruit And Berries

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It was such a pleasure to paint those delicious fruit and berries for my client G’s Gourmet Jams.

I was able to use my favorite technique here, realistic approach in watercolor. This technique even though takes a lot of time to accomplish a painting, but it is surely rewarding. Learning from Old Masters of Dutch Still Life, I discovered the truth about my favorite medium, watercolour. The shadow behind the painted fruit and berries illustration allows 3D effect; and, the vivid colors that I used when painting those food illustrations are bringing the artworks to life. Luckily at the time I was painting those scrumptious goodies, I had most of the “models” right next to me. The strawberries and raspberries were from the local Farmers Market. The apricots, blackberries, apples, and blueberries came from my own garden.

And by the time I was ready to paint plums, my friendly neighbor brought a bunch of plums to me. When I cut the plum in half, I’ve noticed a heart shape; my watercolor brush couldn’t stay still until I’ve completed the watercolor plum. And if you notice, the shape of Strawberry was also resembling a heart shape. This can only conclude one very important thing, I do paint with love to watercolor and create food illustrations carefully observing Mother Nature allowing for the beauty of it to come on the paper.

Here are a few pictures of the products, packaging designs and food labels that show who these food illustrations in watercolor look on jams of my client’s production line:

 

 

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Watercolour Food Illustration – On Packaging – Burger

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My realistic watercolour of Burger is on packaging design:

Watercolor Watercolour Food Illustrations On Packaging artist Illustrator Irina Sztukowski

Watercolor Food Illustrations On Packaging. Watercolor Realism by the artist Illustrator Irina Sztukowski

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Vanilla Watercolour Illustration On Packaging

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It is always so great to see my watercolour illustrations on packaging designs. This watercolor of vanilla I’ve painted for my client a while ago. And now the product is on the shelves of the stores in Europe:

Watercolour Illustration of Vanilla On SKYR Packaging

Watercolour Illustration of Vanilla On SKYR Packaging

 

 

Watercolour Food Illustration – Fennel

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Today I am painting watercolor food illustration of Fennel for my client. The fresh green stalks with the round juicy root system:

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Watercolour Fennel Illustration Watercolour – Food

A Watercolor A Day Book

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It is the most precious moment to see my editorial illustration in a book. This new book – A Watercolour A Day that was written by Oscar Asensio was published by PromoPress just a few days ago. It has 365 helpful tips on watercolor technique and hundreds of paintings by famous artists who excelled in this medium. I am very happy to be invited to participate in this publication. The editors chose my artwork Spring In The Mountains as an example of watercolor dry-on-dry textured painting.A Watercolour A Day book with Irina Sztukowski painting and editorial illustration

I am holding right now my own paperback copy that publishing agency just sent me. It is a precious gift of colors, techniques, beautiful artworks examples. I love the idea that author and editors explored not only diverse approaches, but as well they invited artists from all over the world to participate in this publication.

It makes this book so universally understandable, and lovely to read. The paintings are amazing. Love every page of this, and hope that more books like that will see public that certainly appreciates the story, easy presentation of a complex subject.

The description of the book explains it all:

Discover the great pleasure and fun of watercoloring with this great tutorial that reveals the techniques to master this medium and bring your creativity to the top, whether you have some expertise or are an amateur watercolorist.

Day by day through a whole year, A Watercolour a Day provides fun tips and useful methods that will show you how to play with shadows and lights and layer glazes to produce your own beautiful hues, create textures, and enhance particular features. This book opens the door to a new way of observing your surroundings and enjoying art and life, making the most of every moment. By the end of this book, you will have incorporated watercoloring into your daily life, and you will be well-equipped to start using these techniques in your portraits, landscapes, interiors, still lives, or abstract patterns and will feel completely at ease designing compositions and painting in situ.

Oscar Asensio is an experienced editor specializing in architecture and interior, industrial, and furniture design as well as healthy living, beauty, and fine art books. He has worked for a wide number of international publishers and his books have been translated into many languages.

The book is available on Amazon

 

 

Watercolor Food Illustration – Packaging for Good Night Tea

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The fun process of painting watercolor food illustrations for Packaging is certainly to see the final result of my own creations on the shelves of the stores. Each time I look at this particular Good Night Tea box I remember how I remember painting those purple flowers. Usually, I use professional quality Winsor & Newton watercolour paints. Two stores I get those tubes either Dick Blick or Cheap Joe’s online. And, again, these watercolors or Daniel Smith Watercolors  are my first choice. However, I realized that all the professional watercolors are too good of a quality for those purple impressionistic approach flowers. I needed some opaque colors, something that has less pigment and more whites in it. My eye stopped at a children set that I have for paining (testing) coloring books with,  and that was to my own surprise exactly what I needed in that case. I painted those watercolour flowers for food packaging design project with Artist’s Loft Watercolor Set for Kids from Michael’s Store; and, it worked just great! I am so happy with the results. Yes, sometimes artist has to come out from the comfort zone and do what needs to be done for the watercolor commission project to satisfy the customer! 🙂

Watercolor Food Illustration On Good Night Tea Packaging Design

Tea Packaging Design Artist Irina Sztukowski

 

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Yes, finding artist illustrator for a commission project is not a difficult task for a potential customer. Negotiation of the contract is also quite common and goes quickly. Yet to complete the project and have both party be satisfied is the most difficult part especially when the artist is classically trained. I noticed that sometimes I need to call a Child from within in order to create fresh art pieces.