Travel Sketching - Painting plein air in Watercolor and Ink

Camilla Damsbo Brix, Teaching Whimsical watercolors

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6 Videos (42m)
    • Welcome to class

      1:32
    • Tools and materials

      3:06
    • Sketching a landmark

      18:05
    • All the extra stuff to sketch

      15:38
    • There and back again

      2:39
    • Let's wrap up

      1:23
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About This Class

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HI AND WELCOME TO CLASS!

This class is for you if you:

  • Are going on a vacation this summer and want to paint that Eiffeltower or Brooklin bridge?
  • Maybe you want to make a journal documeting your trip as you go along as a lifelong keepsake?
  • Perhaps you just want to try out your painting gear in the sun?
  • You are a beginner or a more experienced artist?

Either way this class is perfect for you!

We will cover materials and techniques so you are ready out in field and we will go over both tecniques for quick sketchy painting and doing a couple of travel journaling spreads.

And in the proces we will visit Copenhagen, so you get to be turist in Denmark (Yay!)

20 of 20 students recommendSee All

Awesome class! Exactly what I was looking for! Thank you so much. I now feel empowered to travel and keep a sketch journal.
I really like this travel sketching approach. I now feel less obligated to represent exactly what I see. I like the idea of creating some sort of mood board of your experience. Very inspiring!
This is a great class for anyone wanting to capture bits and pieces of their travels around the world. I found Camilia's class really pleasant to watch. Great for beginners.

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Camilla Damsbo Brix

Teaching Whimsical watercolors

My name is Camilla and I’m a danish watercolourist. Mostly I paint whimiscal flowers which I share on Instagram as @camilla_damsbo_art. Here on Skillshare I love to share my knowledge in fun and easy classes on watercolor and ink and I can't wait to see you in class.

I would deffinitly say that watercolour is the most magical kind of paint, and all you can do is just know a little technique, loosen up your brush and trust the process.

 

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