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Urban Sketching for Beginners: Watercolour Sketch in 3 Steps

Julia Henze, Illustrator | Letterer | Urban Sketcher

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7 Videos (28m)
    • Introduction

      1:56
    • Supplies

      1:36
    • Urban sketching tips

      2:32
    • STEP 1: Sketching with a pencil

      6:25
    • STEP 2: Fineliner and brush pen inking

      4:16
    • STEP 3: Watercolour and splattering

      10:02
    • Final thoughts

      1:00

About This Class

This class is for people who don’t know where to start with urban sketching, for people who are struggling with their first sketches but also for all those who just would like to draw a nice Dutch house with me. I'll show you, step by step, how to make a beautiful watercolour sketch and I'll give you a lot of tips that will make your urban sketching process much easier and fun.

For this project, you may use my references or your own photographs.

Enjoy the class!

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A short video preview of the class: Speed Drawing

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Delightful class. Sadly I live a suburban setting of boring cookie cutter houses but I’m inspired to seek out some older towns with their interesting architecture.
Carolyn Sadowski

Artist, Illustrator, Teacher, Grandma

I really loved this class. Thank you, Julia.
brief, to the point and like the simple 3 step approach and summary.

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Julia Henze

Illustrator | Letterer | Urban Sketcher

Hi!

My name is Julia Henze. I'm a freelance illustrator, letterer and urban sketcher living and working in a village with a name that nobody can pronounce, Bergschenhoek, in The Netherlands. I primary work in retail illustration, mainly the hand drawn lettering, and beside it, I have a great hobby which is urban sketching.

I'd love to share my passion for urban sketching with you and I want to show you how to make a sketching process easier and fun.

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