Value and Depth - Classic Urban Scene in Ink and Watercolour (Recording)
Make your urban sketches bold and vibrant using ink and watercolour. Join artist Amy Stewart in this recorded Mini Workshop and learn to use a full value scale in your work. Amy will explore using strong black ink to anchor the major shapes of a classic Amsterdam scene. Black ink adds richness and depth when you use this technique, even in quick sketches.
This Workshop Recording is for beginner to intermediate artists. This will run for approximately 90 minutes.
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- Waterproof drawing pen: Suggested (any of the following): Pigma Micron or Copic in a 0.5 or 0.8 size, or fountain pen such as Lamy Safari with Platinum Carbon waterproof ink).
- Waterproof black brush pen or marker: Suggested (any of the following): Pentel Pocket Brush pen, Faber-Castell Pitt B, SB, or SC, or a Staedtler Permanent Lumocolor B)
- Medium round brush and a fine brush for details (Suggested brands: Princeton Select synthetic brushes, Pentel Aquash or Sakura Koi Water Brush).
- OPTIONAL: White or cream-coloured acrylic paint pen (Suggested: Posca or Uniball Signo gel pen).
- Daniel Smith Watercolour set and/or travel palette (Suggested colours: Cobalt blue, Ultramarine blue, Prussian blue, New Gamboge, Hansa Yellow (Medium), Yellow Ochre, Naples Yellow, Pyrrol Orange, Pyrrol Red, Quinacridone Rose, Alizarin Crimson, Sap Green, Viridian or Phthalo Green, Shadow Violet, Transparent Red Oxide, Neutral Tint)
- Water and paper towels
- Pencil and eraser
- Download/print the reference photo and outline sketch.
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