Figures in a Landscape with Grahame Booth

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At 2PM (UK time) Thursday 5th August join watercolour artist Grahame Booth for this 1 hour Special Arty webinar, to look at painting figures in a landscape scene. Broadcast live from Northern Ireland.


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**See Reference and recommended materials below**


In this prelude to his full, 2-3 hour workshop webinar, join Grahame as he looks at various techniques for including figures in your landscapes. He will show you the importance of proportions when creating simple figures to really add atmosphere to your landscapes. For this special arty class you will concentrate on practising individuals and groups of figures.


Example painting:

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Recommended materials

• PAPER: 140lb Millford NOT paper. Any good quality watercolour paper, rough or NOT (cold pressed) can be used

• PAINTS: Grahame will be using his usual palette which consists of: French ultramarine, phthalo blue GS, cobalt blue, cerulean blue, cadmium red, quinacridone magenta, burnt sienna, cadmium or Indian yellow, quinacridone gold, aureolin, naples yellow and white gouache. He will not use all of these colours in the painting.

• BRUSHES: variety of brushes from Rosemary and Co. One or two well pointed round brushes as well as a swordliner or rigger for the smaller suggested details. • OTHER: A water spray may also be used along with kitchen roll.

Do not feel you must use the same materials. It is better that you use paint and materials you are familiar with