Lush Watercolour Landscapes - From Tonal Values to Full Colour (Recording)
Do your watercolour paintings look muddy and overworked instead of the vibrant and luminous-looking artworks that you see in galleries and art shows? Here’s your chance to learn how it’s done with artist Marvin Chew in this recorded Mini Workshop!
For approximately 1 hour, learn how to paint lights and darks efficiently and confidently with watercolour. Take a monochrome value sketch as the basis of a full watercolour painting in colours that harmonize with each other and with your subject.
This Mini Workshop Recording is for beginner to intermediate artists.
Purchase this video now and a downloadable PDF containing important details will be sent to you via email.
- 100% cotton cold press watercolour paper or sketchbook
- Watercolour paints (Suggested colours: Lemon Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Sap Green, Cadmium Red Light, Horizon Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Lavender, Cobalt Blue, Burnt Sienna, Vandyke Brown, Lunar Black; any brand will do)
- Watercolour brushes (Suggested: Medium size Mop Brush or large Chinese calligraphy brush; Medium and Large size Kolinsky or Red Sable Round Brush; Small and Medium size Synthetic Round Brush)
- 2B pencil, soft eraser
- Masking tape or washi tape
- 2-3 separate water containers
- Cotton cloth or rag
- Tissue paper
- Spray bottle
- Used plastic/credit card
- Download or print 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.