Join watercolour artist Barry Herniman for this very 'green' 45 minute Arty Class webinar. Filmed live from England on 7 Sept 2021.
Barry has produced a line drawing of the main elements of the subject which you can copy from below. Please draw it out onto your piece of watercolour paper ready for the off!
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In this exciting prelude to his full, 2-3 hour workshop webinar, Barry will be exploring the theme of greens looking at the myriad of tones and colours. The best part is that you will be painting without a single green on your palette!
Barry will show you how you can glaze successive colours over each other and develop dark and luminous sections without MUD.
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• Watercolour PALETTE: Cloverleaf Paintbox, by Barry Herniman
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• PAPER: Tape a piece of watercolour paper , approx 6 x 7 ins, (or bigger), to a board or stiff card. Surface: Barry will be using ROUGH but NOT or Cold Pressed will also work well as there is a lot of texture in this scene. It would be a good idea to have a slightly larger piece of paper to work on as there would then be room to try out your colour mixes beforehand if you so wish.
• PAINTS: Artist quality watercolours if you can so you have maximum transparency in your colours and the cheaper brands add binders and fillers to keep prices low .
Artists Watercolours (Barry uses Schmincke Horadam) Pure yellow/Aureolin/Lemon yellow/ Indian Yellow / Rose madder Orange Madder brown/ Burnt sienna Cobalt turquoise/
Cerulean blue Cobalt blue/ Ultramarine/ Helio turquoise/ Phthalo blue/ Prussian blue/ Manganese violet/ Cobalt violet
But any good mix of what your already have will be fine….
GOUACHE :Titanium white
• BRUSHES: Nos. 8 & 4 rounds Nos 4 /2 Rigger • OTHER: Spray Diffuser bottle with water 2B pencil, Hair Dryer, palette with some deep wells for watercolour mixes