Thu, 03 Feb|
Charming Line and Watercolour Doors
Enhance your Watercolour doodles with dynamic lines.
Time & Location
03 Feb 2022, 19:30 – 21:00 GMT
About the Event
It is with great excitement that I announce my next workshop on one of the mot requested topics, doodling doors in watercolour and ink! This workshop is great for all watercolour enthusiasts who'd like to learn a new way of painting with watercolour and ink and gain confidence to develop your own style of doodling.
Wind-up your day with doodles.
Watercolour is a great medium to make quick sketches as a way of relaxation, which when combined with a dynamic movement of pen is a perfect way to wind up your busy day.
Paint in the comfort of your home!
The Zoom workshop will provide you with an engaging live session of drawing and painting in a relaxed and enjoyable virtual group.
- Learn how to paint pretty doors using a traditional method of line and wash.
- The course will be delivered to you through a recorded zoom session. Those who have signed up will recieve the recording regardeless of wheather you have attended the workshop or not.
- Those who are interested, but unable to sign up will be able to buy the recording from my online school within a week from the actual date of the workshop.
- Paint with me by following a step by step method.
- Easy to follow techniques.
- Flexibility to use your creativity and imagination to develop you own style.
In this course, you will learn how to:
- Use watercolours to make quick sketches of your subject
- Apply pen/calligraphic pen and ink to enhance your watercolour sketches
- Create sketches using a free hand method
- Depict light and shadow in your sketches
- Watercolour paint( pans or tubes)
- Watercolour paper, mixed media sketchbook (Approximately 190- 300gsm)
- Watercolour brush (1 round, pointed tip brush, size 10 or 12)
- 2 Jars of water (One for washing brushes and the other for fresh clean water, so pigments stay fresh)
- A palette (You can also use a clean white ceramic/ plastic plate if you dont have a palette)
- A Black ink pen (Ballpoint/gel/ sketching pen/ Calligraphic pen and indian ink)
- Kitchen towel (quick absorbing tissue paper for lifting out colour)
- Hair dryer to dry watercolour washes