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  • Date: 21-01-2016, 07:29
21-01-2016, 07:29

Watercolor Painting Workshop: Hummingbird - with Joel Wright

Category: Tutorials / Art, Drawing, Painting

Watercolor Painting Workshop: Hummingbird - with Joel Wright

Watercolor Painting Workshop: Hummingbird - with Joel Wright
37 Mins | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 522 MB
Genre: eLearning | English

Beginner Friendly! Paint this fun, fast, and easy painting - step by step - with inexpensive materials in under an hour.
* Lectures 9
This watercolor workshop guides you into painting an expressive hummingbird. Follow in steps to complete this with clear and concise instruction. You will be able to easily paint your own hummingbird painting in under an hour.
*You don't need to know how to draw - You can if you want
*Doesn't take much time to learn
*You'll have your own painting to keep or give to friends and family
*Easy to follow instructions
*There isn't that many steps
*Gather your materials: I've painted this hummingbird with the most inexpensive materials I could find and you can too. It doesn't take much investment to paint. Makes painting guilt free with less financial commitment!
*Tape down your paper: I will explain to you how to secure your paper from warping and buckling. Will prevent frustration with your masterpiece curling up!
*Down load and print: You can print this on any printer. No problem!
*Trace and Transfer: I'll show you how to transfer the line drawing onto the paper. Shortcut past the need to understand drawing lines and form for now.
*Background wash: This is most fun and although there are no rules and I'll guide you through it. Get straight into your watercolor painting!
*Layering Effects: Learn how to give depth and brushstroke to your first wash. Make your painting look like you have years of experience and expertise!
*Details: This is where the magic happens. You can even take your hummingbird to a level of realism and that contrasts nicely with the abstract quality behind the main focal point. Simple shading and highlights gives depth and interest!
*Signing your work: Signing the work makes it personal. You artwork is invaluable.
*Photographing your artwork: A good photo makes a huge difference when sharing your artwork. I will show you some lighting techniques to use in order to take a good picture.
*Share on Social Media: Get likes, comments, and shares on your work. This gets good feedback from friends and family and empowers your motivation to keep on painting!


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