Introduction to Watercolour (Recording)
Presenting "Introduction to Watercolour." This in-depth series, designed and taught by professional artist Jun-Pierre Shiozawa, will take you from being a total beginner to feeling comfortable enough around the medium to create your own original pieces. Through exercises, demos, talks, and examples, you will be immersed in watercolour painting ideas that will help you develop your own painting path.
Mini Workshop Topics:
Introduction to Watercolour 1: Colours, Brushes and Strokes - Learn different kinds of watercolor paper, brushes and paints; Mixing colours and all the basics
Introduction to Watercolour 2: Wetness, Dryness and Washes - Learn about washes and understanding the relationship between water, paper and paint
Introduction to Watercolour 3: Layering and Glazes - Learn how to use lights, darks and the basics of layering and glazes
Introduction to Watercolour 4: Space and Masking - Learn how to paint white subjects and how to apply different masking techniques
Introduction to Watercolour 5: Tone Studies - Learn how to paint in terms of light to dark; and how to consider tonalities when painting
Introduction to Watercolour 6: Colour, Temperature and Intensity - Learn how to apply the basics of colour theory, temperature and intensity in your paintings
Introduction to Watercolour 7: Form and Texture - Learn how to convey convincing forms and textures
Introduction to Watercolour 8: Mixing Media - Learn how to combine different mediums with the watercolour techniques covered in the past workshops
Every Workshop Recording will run for approximately 60 minutes.
Note: The purchase of each individual product gives you access to that workshop alone, not the full series. If you'd like to access the full series of 8 workshops, you can get the bundle at a discounted price.
Purchase this video now and a downloadable PDF containing important details will be sent to you via email.
Materials:Additional materials are listed in the PDF you'll receive upon purchase.
- A cup of water
- Paper towel
- Watercolour paints (Tube or pan)
- Watercolour brushes in different sizes (Suggested: Medium-sized flat brush, large and small round brush, Chinese ink brush)
- Cold press watercolour paper (Suggested: 140 lb/300g)
- Hair dryer (Optional)
If you don’t love it, it’s free.
If you’re not happy, we’re not happy. That’s why if you don’t love this Mini Workshop or Class as much as we know you will, we will give you your money back.