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This is a video done as a supplement to a watercolor class taught by Gary Tucker in Boston. This video illustrates the techniques of dry into wet and wet into wet.... Also the video begins with a tonal rendering of the same motif to illustrate the importance of understanding the tonal structure of the painting and stating it simply. Thank you for liking this short video and for your comments. You can see more instruction and examples of artwork at my website garytuckerartist.com
I begin with a sketch I made from a photo, and generally I work further from that sketch in watercolour in Edward Seago's style. The watercolour can be seen here on Flickr https://flic.kr/p/24PgvmY Edward Seago Colours used Yellow Ocher or Raw SIenna Alizarin Crimson Ultramarine Blue Aureolin yellow because Chrome Yellow don’t exist anymore! Burnt Sienna and Burnt Umber Lampblack Light Red Brushes I used some brushes here that I normally seldom use. The flat oxhair brushes are made for lettersetting art. I usually have two red sable brushes a 6 and a 12 Da Vince Maestro Tobolski Kolinsky Three W&N Squirrel wash brushes I used them a lot so I cannot see the size anymore I have a huge Squirrel brush I seldom use and that is a size 10, so my guess would be I have a 2, 4 and 6 size squirrel brush. Also found under Petit Gris Blue Squirrel brushes are the best, but also the most expensive! http://www.winsornewton.com/uk/shop/brushes/water-colour/professional-water-colour-squirrel-brushes/pure-squirel-pointed-wash-brush-pure-squirrel-pointed-wash-brushes-size-10-brush-5250310 And some riggers for detail, size 0, 1 and 4 W&N Sceptre Gold Paper I use a variety of papers, but in most cases StCuthbertsmill paper, like Bockingford, Millford and Saunders Waterford. when I do a style I try to use the painters choice! (when available)
Trailer zu "Einfach malen - Aquarellieren mit Wolfgang Baxrainer", vier Videos zur Outdoor-Malerei in Aquarell, Motive: Salzburg - Blick zur Müllnerkirche, Salzburg - Leopoldskronerweiher mit Festung Hohensalzburg, Gutshof Glanegg in Fürstenbrunn, Waidacher Moor in Adnet bei Hallein
Hazel travels to the beautiful North Norfolk Coast to show you how to get the most out of a watercolour weekend. Hazel's enthusiasm. Energy and inspirational teaching shows you how to approach a wide range of subjects in a short break. "Don't make excuses," says Hazel, "just get on and paint!" Her weekend visit takes her to an animal sanctuary, Cromer Pier, the bustling harbour of Wells next the Sea, the famous Cley windmill and the steam railway at Sheringham. She demonstrates how to captures subjects in brief watercolour sketches as well as full blown paintings. Hazel takes us on a tour of an art materials shop to talk about the materials she uses.
Artist Monika deVries Gohlke explores John Singer Sargent's techniques by attempting to re-create this well-known work, Melon Boats. John Singer Sargent Watercolors April 5--July 28, 2013 This landmark exhibition unites for the first time the John Singer Sargent watercolors acquired by the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, in the early twentieth century. The culmination of a yearlong collaborative study by both museums, John Singer Sargent Watercolors explores the watercolor practice that has traditionally been viewed as a tangential facet of Sargent's art making. The ninety-three pieces on display provide a once-in-a-generation opportunity to view a broad range of the artist's finest production in the medium. http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/sargent_watercolors/
If you feel your watercolours lack vibrancy and sparkle let John Tookey show you how to put punch into your painting and kick start your art. John's paintings crackle with energy and the reason is simple - the tonal contrast he gets into every painting. In this film John paints five demonstrations on the visually stunning North Norfolk coast -- a land of creeks, boats and big open skies. John's painting style is lighting fast with a big brush. After watching this your painting will probably never be the same again!