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Welcome to Class2:50
Notes on Creativity and Imagination1:41
Sketching Marina Bay4:32
Warm and Cool Colors1:13
Loosen Up with Initial Washes11:43
Watercolor Pencil Techniques5:32
Oil Pastel Resist3:17
Adding Darks and Finishing Touches7:22
Sketching Telunas Beach5:54
Bringing It All Together12:48
Nourish Your Creativity and Imagination1:25
About This Class
Following the first Sketch Your Life, this second class inspires you to make your artworks engaging and personal to who you are as an artist.
You will be exploring the techniques in this class using your creativity, imagination and artistic style. You will learn more tips on sketching from life, warm and cool colors, how to loosen up with initial washes, add interesting effects and textures using watercolor pencil, oil pastel, pointillism and splatter. This class is for everyone who wants to discover interesting ways in making artworks that matters.
By the end of this class, you are encouraged to infuse your life sketches and paintings with your creativity and imagination, and inspire others with your story.
Image: Telunas Beach Indonesia (watercolor and pen on paper)
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A really great continuation of the first Sketch Your Life class. A few more techniques and a lot of encouragement
Artist, conservator, cake provider, insomniac.
very simple clear and easy to understand, not pretentious at all,i really enjoy this teacher.
This is a very well put together class. Very inspiring and it cuts to the basics in a beautiful way. She makes it all very doable. I could not stop watching and keep thinking about it and am so excited to get started.
Elisa Choi Ang is a watercolor painter who enjoys painting nature and the places that people have traveled. She started sketching in pen and exploring watercolor in 2011. Her approach in painting reveals soft and bold strokes, merging of bright colors, and lots of splatter. She paints in a range of styles from abstract to painterly but enjoys painting in a loose way the most— without an initial sketch.
When making art, Elisa strongly believes in the importance of fun and creativity and believes that making mistakes is part of the journey as one grows as an artist. Her desire is to teach and encourage the beginner artist to play and explore sketching in pen and painting in watercolor using one's senses.
Elisa teaches drawing and painting to children. She loves to read the Bible, Christian ebooks and creative art books; discover new dishes to cook; go to nature trips with her husband to take photos of sunset and create sketches of people and places. She currently resides in Singapore with her husband.