Lookin' into a tea cup from above! It was interesting to see all of these object from a new perspective - it kind of challenged the way I identify each object. I included my favourite little glass apple. #flaylay
I looooved painting this one. The green apples (Granny) and peppers (Serrano) make up the nutty title... I couldn't help myself. This overhead flat lay composition is very interesting and new for me. I plan to do more still lifes from this perspective. WooHoo! Cheers to Sarah Sedwick for the photo!
Paint along with me for this 2 hour watercolour online Zoom class! We will go over the eyes, nose and mouth. Focusing on specific facial features is important to your overall portraiture skills. All of the class information is here for you.
Saturday July 17 10-12pm ET
$45 Canadian - (PayPal converts currency for you, if necessary).
In this Zoom Online Class we will explore facial features with watercolour paints.
We'll paint together, learning about the importance of warm and cool colours, keeping shapes strong and then adding pencil for those finishing touches.
Build the eyes, nose and mouth as you watercolour with me!
Some Watercolour Painting experience is suggested.
Please be familiar with Zoom before attending.
Do not feel like you have to buy anything - bring what you have. However,
I'll be using - 9x12" Fluid Hot-Pressed Paper (from Above Ground/Toronto) and paint sits a bit differently on this paper. I do NOT use Arches Hot-Pressed Brand (yuck!). If you think now is the time to try hot-pressed great - but it's another element during the class. Maybe just focus on features...?
I use Winsor & Newton and/or Holbein Tube Paints that are squeezed out and dry on my Winsor & Newton Cotman Compact Travel Set 14 pan palette.
Permanent Rose (Rose Madder Genuine or Aliz. Crimson)