Morning Light. Watercolour workshop. All skill levels. BASIC.

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MORNING LIGHT

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Video tutorial for all levels of watercolour skill.

In this tutorial you will paint a sunrise scene; where the sun rising over misty rural fields, with trees casting long shadows in the fog.

The tutorial contains an edited video describing the painting process including paper preparation and a pencil sketch. You will learn how to create a fast watercolour painting in Ala Prima style.

BASIC package for self study

Lifetime access to 38 minutes detailed video tutorials

Student works

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Materials that I am going to use during the workshop:

This list is only for your information, there is no need to get exactly what I am using:

Watercolour paper, :

  • Arches watercolour paper, cotton, cold press or rough, 300 gm2

Watercolour brushes;

- Hake brush for paper preparation, 65 mm (you can use any flat brush)

- Round 13 mm Paul Rubens;

- Flat synthetic brush 3/4  (Escoda) 

Calligraphy brush, 5 mm

Plexiglass board (any plastic board that the wet paper will stick to); You can use any smooth surface board big enough to place your paper on it; glass, mirror, flat baking sheet.

Watercolour palette with a large surface for mixing pigments. Alternatively, you can use a white ceramic plate. 

A Pencil  2B 

Two large jars for water;

Paper towels;

Hair dryer

 

The list of watercolour paint for  "Morning Light"

Watercolour paint;

Light Yellow (Lemon Yellow, Daniel Smith)

Orange (Orange transparante, Schminske)

Rust (Burn Sienna, Daniel Smith)

Brown (Burnt Umber, Daniel Smith)

Green (Olive Green, Daniel Smith)

Dark Green (Undersea Green, Daniel Smith or Yellow Dusk, Van Gogh)

Bright Blue (Cobalt Blue, Daniel Smith)

Shadow Violet, Daniel Smith

Violet (Violet, Daniel Smith)

Dark Grey (Neutral Tint, Daniel Smith)

 

Bleed Proof White (Dr.Ph.Martins)

or

White Gouache (optional)

or

COPIC White Opaque