Watercolor Mistletoe in a Negative Painting Technique | Camilla Damsbo Brix | Skillshare

Watercolor Mistletoe in a Negative Painting Technique

Camilla Damsbo Brix, Teaching Whimsical watercolors

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8 Lessons (39m)
    • 1. Welcome to class

      1:18
    • 2. Tools and Materials

      2:50
    • 3. Sketching and masking

      4:15
    • 4. Let's begin with a wash

      2:46
    • 5. First glazing layer

      4:59
    • 6. Second and third glazing layer

      11:32
    • 7. Darkest darks and final details

      10:16
    • 8. Let's wrap up!

      1:02

About This Class

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HI AND WELCOME TO CLASS!

In this class I’lI guide you through the negative painting technique while we are painting a Mistletoe. I will, explain the technique in an approachable way, that will make it easy to understand and replicate. We will cover:

  • Sketching
  • Using masking fluid
  • Painting the different layers to create depth in the painting

So if  you are a beginner and  want try this technique for the first time or your are experienced and just want inspiration for your christmas cards - this class is perfect for you. I teach in a fun and relaxed style to make the process accessible to everybody.

So grab your brushes and come paint with me.

Camilla

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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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