Loose and Spontaneous Street Scenes in Watercolour (Recording)
Are your urban scene artworks as crowded as the actual streets you're painting? Don't get too caught up in the details! In this approximately 1 hour recorded Mini Workshop, artist Maximo Damico will share his tips for achieving his spontaneous style in painting street scenes with watercolour. Discover new ways of simplifying your reference photo as much as possible. Break the traditional rules of composition and perspective by exploring how to make your use of watercolour fresh and spontaneous.
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- Watercolour Postcards: Hot Press
- Wood Pulp A4 Paper Block (Hot Press)
- Watercolour Brushes: Set of 10
- 100% cotton paper, hot or cold pressed
- Several brushes of different sizes (Maximo will mostly use round brushes in a range of sizes and one big mop brush, but will occasionally be using flat brushes as well. Any brushes you currently have will be fine.)
- Watercolour paints in a cool to warm temperature scale
- Naples Yellow, French Ochre, Raw Umber, Van Dyke Brown, Cadmium Orange Light, Cadmium Red Light, Light Red (Holbein), Burnt Sienna, Alizarin Crimson, Lavender (Holbein), Cobalt Teal, Manganese Blue, Cobalt Blue, French Ultramarine, Serpentine Green, Jadeite Green, Imperial Purple, Neutral Tint
- Water mist spray bottle
- Container for water
- Washi tape or masking tape
- Board (or any support for your paper)
- Clean paint palette
- Download/Print this reference photo
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