Adding Mystery to Your Paintings: A Virtual Sketch Tour (Recording)
In these in-depth recorded 3-hour Classes, join Ian Fennelly as he teaches us about Layers of Looking, and breaking down the observation process to enable us to go deeper into the subject and tell the story of amazing Greek sceneries. Students will learn how to simplify a composition, use colour for both description and creativity, add drama, charm and mystery to a sketch, and really take time to notice the little details that bring the sketch to life.
Purchase a recording now and a downloadable PDF containing the instructions will be sent to you via email.
Get 15% off when you purchase the Adding Mystery to Your Paintings: A Virtual Sketch Tour Bundle (Recording) which includes all 6 of the virtual sketch tours in Greece!
Disclaimer: Please note that these are NOT live 3-hour Classes and are merely recordings (replays) of one. Voices from the students will be heard in the videos.
- A3 Watercolour paper: 40 cm x 30 cm. Preferably hot press 300gsm.
- Tombow Brush Pens: black and a range of greys, particularly the lighter greys–N15, N79, N89, N95, N60
- Black fine liner pens: from 0.1 – 0.5 (Suggested: Pilot, Staedtler, Faber Castell, Derwent)
- Watercolour pan set (any brand): Black, white, cadmium yellow, cadmium red, quinacridone gold, alizarincrimson, burnt sienna, raw umber, cobalt turquoise light, cerulean blue, ultramarine blue, winsor blue.
- Watercolour brushes: variety of sizes from flats to riggers to small roundheads
- Check out these reference photos.
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.