Learn to Sketch Drinks in Ink and Watercolor | Food Illustration | Elisabetta Furcht | Skillshare

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Learn to Sketch Drinks in Ink and Watercolor | Food Illustration

teacher avatar Elisabetta Furcht, Making Art Accessible

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Lessons in This Class

8 Lessons (1h 23m)
    • 1. Intro

      2:37
    • 2. Supplies

      6:46
    • 3. Pencil sketch

      11:16
    • 4. Ink outline

      9:33
    • 5. First wash

      26:00
    • 6. Second wash

      20:43
    • 7. Final touches

      5:43
    • 8. Wrap up

      0:46
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About This Class

Today, we are sketching an easy and fun summer Illustration: Cold Drinks in Ink and Watercolor.

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I am passionate about food sketching and Summer Drinks are irresistible to paint! They have incredible colours and look delicious....

In this class, not only you will have fun, but you will also learn various watercolor techniques, that you will never forget thanks to repetition!

You will learn:

  • to paint wet on wet 
  • to paint wet on dry 
  • to find inspiration in everyday life for your sketches
  • to layout your drawings in a pretty composition
  • to simplify and memorize your drawings through repetition
  • to mix colors in an organic way
  • to paint glass and liquids
  • to sketch in a simplified yet realistic way

Repetition and practice are the best way to learn a skill and never forget it, and watercolor is no exception!

That's why painting this pattern is not only cute and fun, but also very educational.

The class is detailed step by step, that's why it's suitable for beginners as well as intermediate students that want to learn something new.

So, without any further ado, grab your supplies and start sketching with me!

Meet Your Teacher

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Elisabetta Furcht

Making Art Accessible

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Hi! I'm Elisabetta, an Italian watercolor artist based in Turin, where I live with my husband, my dog and two cats.

I started painting later in life, after a long career in Marketing and Advertising.

When my son left for college, he gave me a watercolor set for my birthday. I started sketching and I never stopped. 

I love sketching the world around me: corners of my beautiful city, street scenes, everyday objects around my house, and the food I cook. Sketching is really a self-care routine for me!



I am mainly a watercolor artist, but I also love gouache, oil pastels and colored pencils.

I firmly believe that in art talent is overrated and that anyone can learn!

Practice is key: so let's start sketching together... See full profile

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