Capturing Shapes - Watercolour Portraits in Two Colours (Recording)
For a beginner’s approach to painting portraits, learn to break down a face into shadows and lights. Join Art Educator Claudia Selene in this recorded Mini Workshop to learn how to identify the defining features of a face and recreate them using only two colours.
This Workshop Recording is for beginner to intermediate artists. This will run for approximately 90 minutes.
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- Watercolour paints (Suggested: Daniel Smith in Ultramarine Blue, Perylene Maroon, Quinacridone Deep Gold, and Pyrrol Orange)
- Watercolour paper (Suggested: 140 lb Arches Cold pressed Watercolor Paper 5" x 7")
- 4H pencil
- Cotton blot rag made from old t-shirt
- Masking tape
- Plumb line (any string or yarn)
- Water in containers
- Drawing board
- Masking fluid
- Sponge (optional)
- Download or print this reference photo
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