Painting the Finer Details in Botanical Realism (Recording)
Painting a realistic subject can be daunting, especially when painting the finer details. However, it is also a fascinating art technique you can quickly learn! In this recorded 3-hour Class with Kristine Rapohina we will tackle the basics of form building, understanding values, and tonal shading before painting a realistic flower in watercolour.
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Disclaimer: Please note that this is NOT a live 3-hour Class and is merely a recording (replay) of one. Voices from the students will be heard in this video.
- 300 gsm 100% cotton hot pressed paper, smooth surface.
- Synthetic or sable brushes with fine brush tips, sizes 0-2.
- Simple synthetic brush for watercolour mixing
- Watercolours/pigments - Ultramarine Blue, Manganese Violet (or any other violet), Manganese Blue (or other bright blue pigment), Perylene Maroon, Lemon Yellow.
- Graphite pencils - 2H, H, 2B, 4B, Mechanical graphite pencil for detailed work
- Erasers - fine point eraser and white eraser
- Paper towel
- Ceramic palette - can be simple white ceramic plate
- Water jar
- Download/print these reference photos
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