Adding Depth to a Figure with Lights and Shadows (Recording)
Much like a photograph, lights and shadows add depth and character to a human figure. Surely enough, you can do the same thing with watercolour! Join artist Jun-Pierre Shiozawa (@junpierre) in this recorded 3-hour Class as he teaches you how to approach a human figure and render this with watercolour, and to learn the effective ways of painting lights and shadows.
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Disclaimer: Please note that this is NOT a live 3-hour Class and is merely a recording (replay) of one. Voices from the students will be heard in this video.
- Watercolour paint – Red, Yellow, Burnt Sienna (Other colours optional)
- Palette or dish to mix washes in (Suggested: Etchr Mini Palette: 19 Wells/Studio Essentials plastic palette 6 wells)
- Watercolour brushes – one Flat brush (half-inch or 1-inch is fine), one Medium round brush (a round 6 or 8), one Small round brush for details (size 2 or 3). OPTIONAL: Chinese ink brush, mop brush (Suggested: Handover flat brush size 1/2, Handover round brush size #2, #6, Sennelier Chinese Ink, Winsor & Newton pure squirrel mop brush #00)
- Watercolour paper – 140lb / 300 g Cold pressed. Hot press is up to your reference (Suggested: Daler Rowney Langton watercolour paper pad 300g A4)
- Cup of water
- Paper towel
- Hot air dryer (for demonstration convenience only, but if you’re following along this will help keep up)
- Download/print the reference photos
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