Join Sarah Roche for a 2hrs+ workshop to build on the leaf painting skills learnt in her recent Arty Class. Filmed live on Thu 12th November 2020.
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Work on a painting that you can use for your Christmas cards this year. We will use pen and ink and then watercolour washes to create a beautiful image.
Sarah will explain how to get this ready to be printed so that you will be ready to send out your own Christmas cards!
**See workshop reference pictures and recommended materials below**
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• Pigma Micron .005 Black Drawing pen or equivalent (must be waterproof ink) • Thin red ribbon (approx 1 metre ) • Holly and ivy sprigs, plus any other seasonal greenery you can find .
Brushes • 2 x round pointed brushes (I like sable brushes) • I use Raphael 8404 No 4. You could also try Rosemary &Co Brushes Series 33 No4 • 1 Short flat soft nylon brush - chisel blender No 2 - should be small or Billy Showell eradicater brush
Paper • Hot pressed Fabriano Artistico or similar or any smoothish Cold pressed paper • Tracing paper
Watercolour paints • I use mainly Winsor and Newton Artists Quality - Permanent Rose - Quinacridone Magenta - Scarlet Lake - Ultramarine Blue (Daniel Smith) - Winsor Blue green shade - Winsor Lemon - New Gamboge - Burnt Sienna( Daniel Smith) - Raw Sienna ( Daniel Smith )
Other materials • China palette or plate for mixing • Soft white paper towel or white cotton hanky • Putty eraser • Staedlar white eraser • Graphite pencils H and HB