Workshop: Let it go with Gourav Dutta

With your host John

Join up & coming watercolour artist Gourav Dutta for his complete, 2-3hr workshop webinar to paint this inspiring scene 'Let it Go'. ** Details below ** Broadcasting live from India on 1 February 2022, Tuesday at 3:30PM (UK time). Please make a note in your diary.

BOOK TICKET

Once purchased, the relevant downloadable reference pictures and Zoom link will be sent to you the day before the event.

If you are an SKA Patron (level 2 and up), you do not need to purchase the recording. It is included when you book the live event ticket.

NOTE: When attending the live event, your video and microphone are deactivated by default. You can however speak to the artist should you wish. You will also get the opportunity of sharing your completed painting(s) with the artist even if after the event (or after you have watched the recording), for comments and feedback.

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(link coming on day of event)

**See Reference photo and recommended materials below**


SUMMARY

In this workshop, follow Gourav as he paints a scene he has titled 'Let it Go'. He will guide you through each stage of the painting showing you how to make simple mathematical calculations that help in composition and also how you can take a realistic approach to your painting. He will teach you how to build and create depth using layer and how colour harmony and contrast affects the overall painting.


Example painting

Value study


Materials Top-Up

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MATERIALS

• PAPER: 300 GSM , COLD PRESSED (29.7×21) sq cm, natural white, brands : Fabriano/Arches/Brustro (anyone)


• PAINTS: Watercolour tubes (preferably from Daniel Smith Artist's Materials ) :-

(Something similar from different brands can also work)

Prussian blue

Phthalo blue

Neutral tint

Ivory black

New Gamboge

Hansa Yellow Light

Pyrrol Scarlet

Quinacridone rose

Burnt sienna • BRUSHES: No. 12, 6,4,0 (Raphael softaqua) any brand of brush will do, just keep all your brushes handy, different brands make different sizes of same number. • OTHER: Masking fluid( preferably from Sennelier/Daniel Smith), a ruling pen