Beginning Watercolor

HI SISTERS ! SOME WATERCOLORS CAN BE A GOOD REASON TO CELEBRATE ANOTHER NEW DAY!

Leslie White

The Beginning Watercolor class also ended this week. I only had three students for this session. That meant we were able to cover quite a bit of material in a six week session.

Gayle Brown2 Gayle Brown2

The first week we learned about the watercolor paper (we use Arches 140lb coldpress right from the start), brushes and practice painting wet on dry, wet in wet, and dry brushing. We practiced washes and compared mixing colors on our palettes and mixing colors on the paper. Their first assignment was to paint a back lit scene.

Gayle Brown Gayle Brown

The second week we learned how to create trees in different ways. This included using a sponge, pontillism and scumbling. I also introduced liquid frisket and showed different ways it could be used.

Kathy Gordon Kathy Gordon

On the third week we talked about man-made objects and buildings, perspective and how to grid our paper to assist with…

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  1. Love these! Watercolor is so soothing to look at. Thank you for sharing

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