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Classic Wesson Watercolour with Steve Hall

Following the success of his first Town House Films DVD - 'Watercolour the Wesson Way' - Steve Hall Returns to show you in detail how watercolour master Edward Wesson (1910 - 1983) painted some of his classic views, including Morston church in Norfolk, The Silent Pool and Thames sailing barges at Pin Mill. Steve takes five original Wessons from his own extensive collection and paints his own pictures of similar themes inspired by the Wesson originals. This DVD is shot in a teaching studio with Steve working mostly from photographs and sketches so you can see every brushstroke in five full demonstrations. This DVD is a must for Wesson fans.

Lesson 16 / Painting the Portrait

Lesson 16, Painting the Portrait in Watercolor. Using a black and white photo we make up the color and paint the portrait in watercolor.

wet into wet A practice for beginners and more advanced watercolour painters

A short movie for making a wet into wet watercolour! You have to be bold and have a bit of courage! But it is more satisfying when it works out nice! When you are afraid to spoil a good piece of paper, don't try it before you dare it! Or do practice rounds on cheaper paper. I paint on a quarter sheet Bockingford 200lb made by StCuthbertsmil. Its really a nice paper to paint on! The 200Lb was specially made for Edward Wesson, he painted on 140 lb, but that goggled a bit so he asked the factory if they could make it heavier and they made it, and thats why we still have it today! Brushes Pure Blue squirrel W&N size 4 and 6 The small orange one is a size 14 pure red sable nr 14 and it is 30 years old! The red flat one is a one stroke Sceptre brush 1/2" W&N I have a 1 and a 1.5" flat too from the same brand for many years now! Pigments are Rembrandt

Painting in the Carpathians with Eugen Chisnicean

DVD Description Eugen Chisnicean travels a lot and most of his landscape paintings he paints on location. In this DVD he invites us in creative journey through the Carpathians Mountains in Romania. “We will have a lot of work to do, starting with looking for creative ideas, developing compositional solutions and finishing with the painting landscapes in watercolor. We will be able to paint various subjects: mountain landscapes, medieval towns and small Carpathian villages. I will tell you about the huge important work that needs to be done and which is hidden behind the scenes of watercolor painting, about various compositional instruments that will later help you avoid a huge number of mistakes. We will analyze the stages, complex moments and subtleties of watercolor painting” In this journey you will face a huge number of challenges, which turn to make this trip even more interesting and unforgettable.

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