Contrast and Shadows: Creating Realistic Food Art with Watercolour (Recording)
If you've always wanted to make your own fluffy pancakes, then try your hand at creating this mouthwatering artwork!
In this approximately 1 hour Mini Workshop Recording, join food illustrator Sau Sau and recreate a fluffy Japanese pancake using techniques to apply watercolours for a realistic finish. Not only that, learn creative tips and tricks on how to create contrast and shadows with this versatile medium!
This Mini Workshop Recording is for beginner to intermediate artists.
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- Watercolour brushes (suggested: At least 1 larger brush for layering the base color in large area (e.g. size 6 or 8 for an A5 painting) and 1 smaller brush for details (e.g. size 3 for an A5 painting)
- Watercolour paints: Yellow Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Raw Umber, Cadmium Yellow, Black or Paynes Grey, Opaque White colour gouache or poster colour (optional: Titanium white watercolor paint), Sap green or Olive green, Ultramarine (optional), Lemon yellow (optional)
- Watercolor paper
- White color gouache / poster color (any white opaque colour)
- Tooth brush (old or new)
- Towel / kitchen paper
- 2 jars of water
- Pencil and kneaded eraser (for sketching)
- Download/print this reference photo and outline sketch
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.