From Everyday to Extraordinary: Paint a Lighthouse 3 ways in Watercolor | Ohn Mar Win | Skillshare

From Everyday to Extraordinary: Paint a Lighthouse 3 ways in Watercolor

Ohn Mar Win, Illustrator surface designer teacher

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7 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:45
    • 2. Some Lighthouse examples

      1:40
    • 3. Warm up exercise & considerations

      6:17
    • 4. Lighthouse 1 - watercolour & pen

      12:53
    • 5. Lighthouse 2 - watercolour & wax resist

      11:41
    • 6. 3 lighthouse

      9:03
    • 7. Final thoughts & Comfort Zones

      4:06
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Lighthouses are beacons of light that have been warding sailers from treacherous coasts for centuries. As such they have become popular travel destinations across the world. In this Skillshare class we will explore three different techniques to create these iconic buildings. Using watercolour as a base we will enhance the sketch with:

- pen line ( I use Uniball brown gel pen/ Micron or similar)

- wax resist ( a standard household candle)

- collage ( any coloured paper or tissue paper)

All the video classes are easy to follow and suitable for beginners and more intermediate, with lots of helpful tips to create your lighthouse sketch. There is a fun warm up exercise that will help with the process which I urge everyone to try. Have fun with this class and explore these techniques further if you wish.

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Ohn Mar Win

Illustrator surface designer teacher

 Hello I'm Ohn Mar a UK based illustrator and surface designer with a long and varied 20 year career. I started out many moons ago as in house designer producing greetings cards, stationery and moonlighting as a editorial illustrator for lifestyle magazine. These days I'm is primarily known for her textural foodie images, which have now appeared on branding  and packaging projects for clients from the US, Canada, Europe, and SE Asia. I was lucky enough to have The Most Gorgeous...

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