Polaroid Paintings: Skyscapes in Watercolours (Recording)
Turn real skies into a reel of polaroid paintings!
For approximately 1 hour, join Rachael Mae (@proximae.artistry) in this pre-recorded workshop as she paints scenic watercolour skies in polaroid-inspired frames. Learn how to use a limited colour palette to create your own watercolour polaroids. Go over her techniques to create gradients on white space for galaxies, sunsets, and more!
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- Watercolour paints of these colours - can be any brand or any variation of these colours: Indigo, Rose madder or crimson, Prussian blue, Violet
- Watercolour palette or a place to mix paints (Suggested: Etchr Mini Palette: 19 Wells, Studio Essentials plastic palette 6 wells)
- White ink (Dr.PhMartins white acrylic ink) (Suggested: Liquitex professinal acrylic white ink)
- Watercolour paper: 2-3 pieces cut into 3.5x4inches, and some scrap pieces. Preferably 300gsm/150lb paper. 100% cotton paper is even better (Suggested: Global watercolour paper 300gsm)
- Watercolour brushes (round size 8 and size 2) (Suggested: Silver Brush round brush size #2 and #8)
- Pencil (Suggested: General Pencil Company charcoal pencil)
- Ruler (Suggested: Handover ruler)
- Two cups of water
- Paper towels or an old rag
- A heat embossing tool or hair dryer - for drying layers.
- Download/Print these reference photos
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