At 3:30PM (UK time) on Tuesday 13th July join watercolour artist Amid El Haddad for this in-depth look at painting the Eiffel Tower under morning light. A 2-3 hour workshop, broadcast live from Belgium.
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In this exciting workshop, Amid will walk you through this Eiffel Tower painting in the morning light of Paris. Amid will commence with showing you the planning painting process and composition of your painting introducing the scenography to express your painting story.
He will explore pigment management: colour mixing and wash consistency and how to control tonal values. You will look at the proper use of edges through timing, exploring the watercolour life cycle from wet to dry and how to abstract the shapes by developing your own visual language.
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• PAPER: Arches rough and Saunders Waterford 140lb 300g. loose sheet exclusively. half sheet.
• PAINTS: Permanents set of Daniel Smith colours & palette organisation.
Warm Colours: Hansa Yellow, Light - Cadmium Yellow Medium Hue - Yellow Ochre - Pyrrol Orange - Pyrrol, Red Cool colours: Imperial Purple - French Ultramarine - Cobalt Blue - Cerulean Blue - Lavender Earthy colours: Quinacridone, Burnt orange - Red Oxide - Burnt Umber Neutral tint
• BRUSHES: Escoda natural hair: Aquario Squirrel n° 14 &18 - RESERVA | Kolinsky-tajmyr n°12 Escoda synthetic brushes: Ultimo n°12 & 18 – Perla n°10 & 12 - 3043 Versatil n°8 & 12 • OTHER: Palette: Paintbox Craig Young small, Studio easel indoor. I work exclusively on an inclined surface. sketchbook for preliminary studies & neutral taped to a light support board, pencil for preparation drawing: I use exclusively 7mm BB mechanical pencil