Working with Water and the Wet-on-Wet Technique
Learn new ways to apply the wet-on-wet watercolour technique in this live and interactive Mini Workshop! Join artist Qi Han as she tackles this technique to create a dramatic and beautifully blended stormy sky! Learn how she uses masking fluid to preserve the glow in her paintings and give the illusion of light. Be bold enough to create a piece without a base sketch!
This Live Workshop is for beginner to intermediate artists. This will run for approximately 90 minutes via Zoom and is open to a maximum of 300 people. Participants will have access to a recording of the workshop 3 days after the live session.
Secure your spot today by purchasing on this page. A downloadable PDF containing the workshop link and other details will be sent via email after checkout.
- LA Time 1 pm PDT June 22 (Tuesday)
- NY Time 4 pm EDT June 22 (Tuesday)
- London Time 9 pm BST June 22 (Tuesday)
- Singapore Time 4 am SGT June 23 (Wednesday)
- Sydney Time 6 am AEST June 23 (Wednesday)
- A sheet of cold-pressed watercolor paper roughly 9x12”, preferably 100% cotton, or the kind of paper you know well (about how the water and pigments will react)
- A flat waterproof board to lay your paper (Plexiglas, plastic clipboard, gatorboard, or a clean plastic cutting board)
- Watercolor paints, tube preferred: PB 29 Ultramarine blue, PR 101 Burnt Sienna, a bright yellow like PY 35 Cadmium yellow light, Sap green, a bright red like PR 255 Payroll red or PR108 Cadmium red.
- Optional: Perylene Green, Payne’s grey
- A large flat brush, a mop, a medium-size round brush with a good point, and a rigger
- A watercolor palette or white plate
- Masking fluid or drawing gum, a small old synthetic brush to apply masking fluid, some soap
- 2 jars of water
- A spray bottle
- Kitchen paper towel
- Download/Print this reference photo
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.