Using Color and Negative Space to Bring Your Artwork to Life (Recording)
Urban sketching uses some elements that we don't notice right away—one of them being negative space. If this seems unfamiliar to you, let urban sketch artist Toby Haseler (@tobyurbansketch) guide you through his process of using pen and ink with watercolour in this recorded 1 hour workshop. Find out how colour and negative spaces work together to bring an urban artwork to life!
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- Watercolour paper - A4, Cold pressed (Suggested: Winsor & Newton cold pressed watercolour paper A4)
- Watercolour brushes - round sizes; 4, 8, 12 (Suggested: Silver Brush watercolour brushes size #4, #8, #12)
- Fountain pens with fine nib and permanent ink OR permanent fine liners (sizes 0.1mm and 0.3mm approx) (Suggested: Etchr Black Graphic Pen Collection: Set of 16, Aristo pigment liner school set)
- Mechanical pencil - 0.5mm (Suggested: Sakura mechanical pencil 0.5mm)
- Watercolours (Suggested: Etchr Watercolour 24 Half Pan Set, Sennelier watercolour set of 5)
- White fine liner/gel pen/Posca pen (Suggested: Pentel gel pen white)
- Download/Print this reference photo.
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