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Watercolour Portrait Painting

Janelle Nichol, Self taught artist

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9 Videos (1h 30m)
    • Intro and Materials

      3:44
    • 1st Layer Of Shadows

      11:58
    • Adding More Colour

      11:42
    • Painting Dramatic Coloring

      30:18
    • Painting Cheeks And Mouth

      9:43
    • Final Layer On Eyes

      9:12
    • Painting Final Layer On Mouth

      4:46
    • Detailing The Nose And Finishing The Face

      6:56
    • Painting The Hair

      1:56

About This Class

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This is the follow up class to "Watercolour Portrait Sketch". If you haven't enrolled in that class, I encourage you to start there and then come back to this one. In this class I will take you through my process of how I achieve a vivid watercolour portrait using a subtle painting method. In watercolour it is very important to "babysit" all your "puddles of colours" to make sure they aren't too strong or too pale. I will show you how to use subtlety in your painting to achieve highlights and shadows on the face in a realistic yet dramatic style.  

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Janelle Nichol

Self taught artist

Hi, my name is Janelle Nichol and I am an artist from Canada.

Some of my favorite things to create on my pieces are playful and sweet children and strong, confident, and sometimes whimsical poses of women. I particularly enjoy creating calming and dreamy backgrounds mixed with abstract elements. My art has been described as abstract folk-art and I enjoy working with various mediums to create unique works that are inspirational and sustainable.

Some artists that inspire me are ...

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