Tea. Watercolour workshop. BASIC.

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This is the first watercolour tutorial from the series Cozy November.

In this tutorial you will create a beautiful Fall scene of a tea cup, a book and roses that been left by someone in the rain.


No previous experience required.
For all ages and for all skills levels

BASIC package for self study

Lifetime access to 53 minutes detailed video tutorial

Check out all workshops from the series Cozy November

November is a very rainy month, you always want to stay inside and keep warm.

There are five Elements of making yourself feel cozy and comfortable.

These are tea, books, cookies, lights and dreams.

Let’s paint all of them!

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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, :

Watercolour brushes;
- Round # 10-12  Escoda, Paul Rubens or Dainayw;

- Flat synthetic brush 3/4 (Escoda, Grumbacher, Santa Fe Art Supply, Connoisseur ) 

Calligraphy brush, 5 mm

Artistic tape;

Watercolour board (the board which you will tape your watercolour paper to);

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

A Pencil  2B and Eraser (kneadable);

Two large jars for water;

Paper towels;

Sea sponge (optional)

Hair dryer

 

Watercolour paints:

Light ecru  (Buff Titanium, Daniel Smith)

Light Yellow (Lemon yellow, Daniel Smith)

Yellow (Yellow Ochre, Daniel Smith)

Orange (Orange, Schminske)

Rusty red (Burnt Sienna or Quinacridone rust, Daniel Smith)

Dark brown (Burnt Umber, Van Gogh)

Dark Grey (Neutral Tint or Payne's Grey, Van Gogh)

Lilac (Lavender, Daniel Smith)

Light Blue (Cerulean Blue, Van Gogh)

Bright Blue (Cobalt, Daniel Smith)

Ultramarine (Ultramarine Blue, Van Gogh)

Dark Blue (Delft Blue, Schminske)

Black Blue (Indigo, Van Gogh)

 

White Gouache (optional)

And/or

COPIC White Opaque