Online Tuition Painting Bees in Watercolour

Tuition FROM: Sunday, 26 April 2015 TO: Sunday, 26 April 2015

Tuition Type: Demonstrations

  • Description
    Suitable for beginners

    With this online tuition, you will learn how to paint a delicate wet-in-wet painting of a bee. It requires time and patience as we work continuously on the painting as it is drying. You will be rewarded with a beautiful softness to the bee having allowed watercolour to work magic in one of its many ways!

    Course contents:

    Permanent access to two online videos:
    Part 1 ? 30mins
    Part 2 ? 15 mins
    Downloadable PDF file with hints and tips
    Link to 90 second speed video to show an alternative method

    Learning points:

    Using an old toothbrush to splatter masking fluid to achieve the effect of pollen.
    Mixing your own black wash and get the timing right to add it to wet paper.
    Achieving the translucent effect of insect wings
    Building up tone in a wet-in-wet wash
    90 second speed demo video to show an alternative method
    90 second speed demo video to show an alternative method

    Palette: Ultramarine Blue, Lemon Yellow, Raw Sienna, Pthalo Blue, Titanium White. (I use Daler Rowney Artist Quality)
    Brushes: 18, 10, 4 (all brushes are round), rigger
    Paper: Saunders Waterford NOT, 300gsm
    Masking fluid and old toothbrush
  • Location

    TA11 6RP
  • Artist
  • Media/Subject

  • Details

    Charges: £9.50

    Is Available:Yes

    Is Fully Booked: No


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