Sun, 24 Oct|
Make small line and wash illustrations of popular produce from our harvest this year.
Time & Location
24 Oct 2021, 17:00 – 18:30 BST
About the Event
Join me to illustrate some popular produce from this year's harvest festival.
Although harvest festival is officially over, I'd like to invite you to make small illustrations of some fruits and vegetables that we commonly see during this time of the year.
During the workshop we will explore combining watercolour and a drawing media such as pen, ink, colour pencils or pencils to illustrate in the traditional style of line and wash.
I am generally a watercolour and ink artist and love using the fluid nature of watercolour medium combined with dynamic lines to bring my paintings alive. However, lately, I have also enjoyed using other drawing mediums such as colour pencils, pencils and charcoal to enhance my watercolour doodles. During this workshop, I'd like to inspire you try using watercolour fearlessly and enjoy the flow of water and pigment on paper. I would also love to show how to make your illustrations more dynamic with just a few lines using any drawing medium of your choice.
The session is kept very simple so that even absolute beginners can enjoy it without feeling overwhelmed. I hope you will enjoy the opportunity to interact with me directly during this live session, while sitting in the comfort of your home!
Grab your chance now to book a space.
- Watercolour paint (pans or tubes)
- Watercolour brushes, size 8/10/12 (medium sized, round, pointed)
- Watercolour paper/ sketchbook/ moleskine (paper weight: at least 140 gsm. Tip: If you'd like to make postcards or cards with your illustrations, there are watercolour postcard pads available)
- Drawing medium:
- Fountain pen/ calligraphic dip pen with indian ink or any coloured ink. ( if you are a beginner or are not comfortable, you can also use a ball point pen or gel pen)
- Coloured pencils ( watercolour/ wax based)
- Drawing pencils (3B/ 4B/ 5B/ 6B)
- If you like to experiment, soft pastels and oil pastels are also a great option!
- Palette or a white plate for mixing colours
- 2 Jars of water
- kitchen towels
- pencil/ eraser (optional)