Lately I have been going through a bit of a rut with my watercolors. It's just that I want more I suppose....I am so used to layering with acrylic paint that I was feeling a bit lost in my watercolor practice. I began to experiment with layering watercolors, gesso, chalk pastel, and ink sprays and what happened were these gorgeous organic shaped dancer girls. I love the flowing, frilly, organic shapes of the dress.
This expressive class will help you open up to the possibilities that come with watercoloring. I love to watercolor but I sometimes think something is missing. I want more layers and juicy textures and splatters. Let's expand those feelings and let go of the "right way" for watercolor. We will celebrate the delicious organic and flowing shape of the dress. We will not worry about perfection. I take you through the drawing phase all the way to then end talking you through each tiny movement.
Here is the class info at a glance:
the watercolor underpainting:
Is this class beginner friendly? Yes, it is for all levels, but if you have never played with watercolor, might I suggest first taking My Watercolor journal that covers watercolor basics, faces, and sweet girls.
How long will I have access to the course? Lifetime access. Videos are downloadable
Do I need all the supplies on the supply list? No, I am all about using what you have on hand. Almost anything can be substituted.
Will there be a Facebook group? no, I'm sorry for this mini course there will be no FB group.
Can I share this content and my link to my friends? Please don't. We ask that 1 signin for your household only. thank you!
limn watercolor - carput mortuum (I'll be using this one a lot!)
Tanager turquoise pan - from Pfeiffer art supply
Prima metallic accents or any shimmery watercolors
9x12 watercolor pad or work in a journal.
Utrecht gesso white: this gesso is super thick and holds nice texture.
journal for experimenting
spray bottle - for wetting watercolors
prima watercolor brush size 12