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Advanced Watercolor Landscape Master Class - Tips For Painting Loose And Fresh

Robert Joyner, Making Art Fun

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20 Lessons (2h 50m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:43
    • 2. Three Examples Of Using Three Main Areas

      11:31
    • 3. Three Area Example Tutorial

      3:44
    • 4. Take A Closer Look At Backgrounds

      13:37
    • 5. Refine Your Background

      9:40
    • 6. Developing Middle Grounds

      12:49
    • 7. Exploring Middle Ground Details

      18:15
    • 8. Closer Look At Foregrounds

      12:32
    • 9. Materials - Part 1

      3:29
    • 10. Design Layout - Part 2

      5:55
    • 11. First Wash - Part 3

      5:23
    • 12. Second Wash - Part 4

      9:25
    • 13. Third Wash - Part 5

      13:46
    • 14. Fourth Wash - Part 6

      10:08
    • 15. Second Demo - Materials

      2:47
    • 16. Second Demo - Design Overview

      4:01
    • 17. Second Demo - First Wash

      4:19
    • 18. Second Demo - Second Wash

      9:07
    • 19. Second Demo - Third Wash

      13:30
    • 20. Second Demo - Fourth Wash

      5:05
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About This Class

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In this class you will learn methods on how to create advanced watercolor landscapes. When you are finished with these lessons you will realize that the finished painting is only a result of the preparation you put into it before paint hits the paper.

What you will learn in this class

  • How to plan your art correctly using proper design techniques. Saves you time and money.
  • What are the three main layers and what they mean for the design.
  • Where to place details and where to leave them out.
  • Practical design concepts to simplify complex scenes.
  • How to utilize the middle ground and foreground areas.

Who is this class for?

Intermediate and advanced watercolor artists that want to explore more complex painting subjects & techniques.

What's included?

  • 13 detailed tutorials
  • Uncut demonstration for finished painting
  • Reference images for you to use

Recommended Materials

22"x15" Cold press watercolor paper (Dick Blick brand)
Masking Tape, Two water reservoirs, Spray/Mister bottle
Watercolor Hues
Ultramarine blue, Cobalt blue, Cerulean blue, Alizarin crimson, Cadmium red deep, Cadmium orange, Yellow ochre, Burnt Sienna, Lemon yellow, Viridian green, Cadmium orange, Neutral tint, White gouache
Brushes
Squirrel Mop; #8, #5, #2, Pointed Round; #12, Needle #8, Kolinsky #12 Optimo Escoda

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