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La magie de la Provence : croquis urbains à l'aquarelle et aux crayons de couleur

teacher avatar Julia Henze, Artist | Teacher | Urban Sketching Lover

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Intro

      2:18

    • 2.

      Outils et matériaux

      4:32

    • 3.

      Créer une vignette

      11:46

    • 4.

      ÉTAPE 1 - Créer un croquis au crayon

      11:12

    • 5.

      ÉTAPE 2 - Peindre librement à l'aquarelle

      11:38

    • 6.

      ÉTAPE 3 : affiner avec un fineliner

      18:03

    • 7.

      ÉTAPE 4 : ajouter de la luminosité et de l'intérêt à l'aquarelle

      7:49

    • 8.

      ÉTAPE 5 : ajouter des textures et des ombres avec des crayons de couleur

      10:39

    • 9.

      Réflexions finales

      1:05

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About This Class

Ce cours vous emmène dans une petite ville de Provence : une rue accueillante avec de vieilles maisons en pierre, des pavés pavés, des tuiles rouges, des volets en bois et un peu de verdure.

L'architecture française ancienne est idéale pour les croquis : elle vous permet de créer des œuvres d'art époustouflantes tout en pratiquant diverses compétences : textures, verdure, perspective, proportions et, bien sûr, peinture à l'aquarelle !

Dans ce cours d'aquarelle je vous montrerai une technique de croquis spéciale : l'aquarelle

Nous allons commencer par créer un croquis au crayon. Ensuite, nous allons peindre très librement avec des aquarelles pour laisser la peinture s'écouler entre les lignes de crayon. Lorsque la peinture sèche, nous affinons le croquis avec un fineliner. Après cela, nous reviendrons avec une autre couche d'aquarelles et ajouterons ensuite quelques détails avec des crayons de couleur.

Après ce cours, vous vous sentirez plus détendu pour laisser les peintures courir et mélanger. Vous cesserez d'essayer de colorer les lignes pour ajouter plus de lucidité à vos croquis.

J'aimerais voir vos croquis achevés dans la galerie de projets.

Si vous avez aimé ce cours, laissez un commentaire sur les cours et le recommander à vos amis créatifs ! : ) cours

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P.S. pour INSTAGRAM : taguer moi @julia_henze et utiliser le hashtag #juliahenze_skillshare Je serai heureux de présenter vos croquis dans mes histoires.

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Julia Henze

Artist | Teacher | Urban Sketching Lover

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Hello, creatives! My name is Julia Henze. I'm a freelance illustrator and urban sketcher living and working in a village with a name that nobody can pronounce, Bergschenhoek, in The Netherlands.

I love to share my passion for drawing and urban sketching with you, and show you how to make the drawing process easier and more fun. All my Skillshare classes are very easy to follow and perfect for beginning artists. But also advanced students can find interesting tips and tricks.

Visit my Instagram for inspiration and drawing tutorials. Tag me (@julia_henze) when you post a sketch made with one of my classes and use a hashtag #JuliaHenze_Skillshare. I'll be very happy to see your artworks!

And find speed-drawing demonstration videos on my YouTube channe... Voir le profil complet

Level: Intermediate

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1. Intro: Hi, I'm juliahenze it and I just, and urban sketcher based on the Netherlands, I'm adopted juliahenze skillshare and the founder of braid brush studio and membership for amateur artist and Urban Skechers. My classes, my YouTube videos, and my blog all serve the same goal to help amateur artist be happy, to help you make room for it in your life and develop a consistent practice routine so you can grow and thrive. I want to help you connect with like-minded people and equip you with tools to develop your unique style. Thank you for stopping by to Wash my class. Let me tell you a few words about it. This is a watercolor class, but you will also need fine liners and Colored Pencils. This is a combination that we often use in normal sketching. But there is more than one way to combine watercolors and fine liners to the sketch. The most common technique is to use a fine liner first and then paint with watercolors. You're awesome sketches. I did using this technique. I use this technique in my other watercolor classes and workshops. You on my watercolor classes that you can do and brave verses tedium. Some of them are also on Skillshare, but brain versus the video has my entire archive of classes. But there is another way to use fine liners with watercolors. You can first paint very loosely with watercolors and then use fine liners on top of the dry paint. This technique has multiple advantages and he's a lot of PFK-1. But I'll let you discover that for yourself as you've watched the video and paint alone, had this kitchen 5. STEP 2 - Painting Loosely with Watercolor: Now the most fond part, but don't be surprised if you feel some resistance when I tell you what to do next. 6. STEP 3 - Refining with a Fineliner: Easier paint completely dry, then it's time for fine liners. Now you can draw all the objects in your sketch using different thicknesses of fine liners. You draw pretty much everything. With a mid-size fine liner. You draw textures like stones, for example, with the thinnest fine liner. And you draw Shadows and thicker lines with a thick fine liner. Folded the pencil lines if you can see them and use the reference and the Thumbnail as a guide dog. Objects, building's windows, doors 7. STEP 4 - Adding Brightness and Interest with Watercolor: Now we can add another layer, watercolors to give more color to some objects, to make them stand out and to make Shadows more prominent and beautiful. The second layer adds details, depth, and call it to the sketch. And again, the paint dry before the next step 8. STEP 5 - Adding Textures and Shadows with Colored Pencils: The sketch looks great already. Always left to do is add some details, Textures, and Shadows with colored pencils. So I use the Pencils New York for the textures of the stones in the walls and the pavement, for greenery, for Windows and so forth. For the shadows, of course, everywhere I need them. Here you need one very important scale, knowing when to stop. It helps taken a little break and then looking at the sketch again to see if it needs something else, where you can take a photo of his cage and look at it on your phone. Creating some distance between during the sketch helps you see it differently. You may find that doesn't need anything else, or you may decide that you need to add some more details or refine something