Watercolour Fun - Paint a Kingfisher | Denise Hughes | Skillshare

Watercolour Fun - Paint a Kingfisher

Denise Hughes, Illustrator, Designer, Tutor

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7 Lessons (1h 11m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. The Stumbling Blocks to Drawing

    • 3. Practising Drawing and Observing

    • 4. Kingfisher - An Exercise in Simplifying Shapes

    • 5. Drawing your Kingfisher

    • 6. Painting your Kingfisher

    • 7. Final Thoughts


About This Class

In this class you will learn how to paint a kingfisher using watercolors. 

In this class you will be learning the importance of observation in drawing and we will look at some of the stumbling blocks we might come across when trying to draw from observation.I'll be teaching you the three basic stages of drawing which you can apply to any drawing you create. We'll do some practise exercises in this before moving onto the Kingfisher itself. 

We'll use the techniques we've learn't to draw our kingfisher accurately and then go on to paint your kingfisher. The painting tutorial is an in depth look at how I might produce a painting and you can watch me and follow along. I hope you find it useful and informative!

You will need a pencil, an eraser a marker pen, print outs of the two class resources (kingfisher and meerkat print), and watercolour materials. 

Let's get drawing and painting!