Thursday, 7 February 2013

Watercolours for Total Beginners

Windermere Sunset painted in Watercolours

Are you a Total Watercolour Beginner?

Not sure what brushes to use, Sable or a Hake? 
Not a fish but Goat hair and it's the perfect brush for those big washes.
A pan set or tubes? Plastic or China palette? I did have one student that used a Yorkshire Pudding tray.

 Not, Hot or Rough any ideas? It's a type of watercolour paper

If you would like some personal painting guidence, easy step by projects, Windermere Sunset is 
Project Three and you will be amazed at how easy it is to paint with just four shades or hues, another technical term. 

Stage One Primary colours are painted wet in wet, timing is the essence.

Mountains are added with varied tones to help create distance and atmosphere.
Perfect in a watercolour painting.

The Online Watercolour course is ideal for anyone who would like to learn
 techniques for Watercolour painting.

Six projects are included,all  landscape scenes
with step by step stages including composition, colour mixing and all the watercolour techniques that you will need to produce a stunning painting. A material List, Sketches and colour tags with each project to help with colour mixing and tonal values.

Price £55.00

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