Creating Atmosphere with Layers in Watercolour Landscapes (Recording)
Learn to combine watercolour techniques for a landscape painting with atmosphere and depth in this recorded 2-hour Master Class with artist Anastasia Mily (@anastasiamilyart). She’ll show you many ways to work with watercolour, and you’ll learn about the importance of preliminary sketches and value studies.
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Disclaimer: Please note that these are NOT live 2-hour Classes and are merely recordings (replays) of one. Voices from the students will be heard in the videos.
- 100% cotton 300 gsm cold press watercolour paper in a gummed block or taped to a small board. (Suggested brand: Baohong Master’s Choice 23x31 cm (9x12 inch) block).
- Watercolour paints: Daniel Smith: Buff Titanium, Naples Yellow, Australian Red Gold, Transparent Red Oxide, Burnt Umber, Sepia; Winsor and Newton: Quinacridone Magenta, French Ultramarine, Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna; Art Spectrum watercolour: Indigo, Payne’s Grey
- Art Spectrum white gouache
- Watercolour Brushes – rounds or mops large and medium, rigger and liner brushes for detail work; one flat brush (Suggested: DaVinci Casaneo mops sizes 0, 2, 4; Neef Needlepoint by Alvaro Castagnet size 6; synthetic rigger size 6; Princeton Select liner size 10/0; Neef 987 Taklon Glaze size ¾ )
- A watercolour palette for mixing paint
- A pencil and an eraser
- Masking tape (Suggested brand: DuckBrand.com)
- Cotton Buds (Q-Tips)
- A small hand towel or paper towel
- A small spray bottle
- Two jars of water
- Support for the paper block/board to create a slight tilt to the paper
- A piece of scrap paper approximately the size of the watercolour paper (print/copy paper will do)
- A small ruler
- Download the reference image.
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