Watercolour Portraits: Deconstructing Artistic Complexities (Recording)
Paint better watercolour portraits without being overwhelmed! Join professional artist Sarah Stokes (@sarahstokesartist) in this pre-recorded 3-hour Master Class as she breaks down all artistic complexities from composition to final touches using various watercolour techniques! Learn how to turn intricate sections and values of a reference photo into simple loose details that will push the skills of any artist!
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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.
- Watercolour paper: (Suggested: Fabriano hot press 300 gsm smooth traditional white)
- Brushes: Escoda Prado sintetico oval 6 (synthetic), round 6 or 8 (synthetic), round 10 or 12 (synthetic), old scrubbing brushes and rigger or fine liner brushes
- Paints by Winsor and Newton Cotman range, unless otherwise indicated: Ultramarine, Cerulean blue, Turquoise, Indigo, Ivory black, Opera pink (professional range), Windsor red (professional range), Alizarin crimson (professional range), Raw umber, Burnt sienna, Cad orange, Cad yellow, Colbalt turquoise (light professional), Sap green, Verditer blue by Holbein
- Kitchen towel
- Pencil and eraser
- Download/print this reference photo
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