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Shipwreck with Randy Hale

Join Randy Hale for this fascinating Arty Class. Filmed live from Colorado on 16th March 2021.


In this Arty class, you will explore the skills required to paint a fascinating shipwreck as an introduction to Randy's longer 2-3hr workshop. You will cover perspective, water reflections and decisions around the composition of the scene.

**See Reference photo and recommended materials below**

Reference painting example:

Ref photo & line sketch:

Recommended materials list

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Watercolor paper –(300 gsm) or 140# equivalent, cold press – my paper size will be approx. 11”x15” (28 cm x 36 cm equivalent)…a good size for completing a painting in our allotted time. Board - lightweight rigid surface; to clip or fasten your paper to. Slightly larger than the paper. Brushes – Squirrel Mop, Medium Round, a Flat (1”w), and a rigger. Synthetic & natural mix Water container - for rinsing brushes Spray bottle – small size for fine misting Paint palette – with mixing well and dedicated wells to squeeze pigments into. (Use better grade pigment brands to ensure quality mixing - student grade paints are mostly synthetic binder that result in blotchy mixing of pigments) Suggested pigment colors include warm & cool version of 6 primaries + couple earthtones. · Cool Yellow (cadmium light, lemon yellow) & Warm Yellow (gamboge, Indian yellow) · Raw Siena (or Yellow Ochre) & Raw Umber · Orange (I use Schmincke’s Transparent Orange) · Burnt Siena (or Quinachridone Burnt Orange) & Burnt Umber · Warm Red (Pyrol or Cadmium) & Cool Red (Alizarin, Opera, Magenta) · Warm Violet, Cool Violet · Prussian Blue (a deep dark) · Ultramarine Blue & Cobalt Blue · Cerulean Blue & Turquoise Light · Sap Green (warm), Veridian (cool), Cad Green Light (light apple green) Pencil (HB or softer), kneaded eraser Handful of tissue for blotting; soft rag – to manage amount of water on your brush Hair Dryer or Heat Gun


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