Watercolor Tutorial On Painting A Horse

Do you want to learn how to paint one of the most famous horses in history? If so, this watercolor tutorial is perfect for you! In this video, William Dunn walks you through the process of capturing a beautiful image of Secretariat, one of the greatest racehorses of all time from a still photo: from creating an accurate drawing to the last wash on the finished colored piece. Throughout the video, the instructor shares tips and tricks to help you improve your painting skills. You'll learn how to soften your colors by using a small sprayer, and how to choose the right materials to create the perfect painting. Join us today and learn how to paint a stunning image of Secretariat. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced painter, this video is sure to help you take your skills to the next level!
Watercolor Class Preview: How to paint a racing horse. How to draw a race horse and jockey in motion. How to use color theory and complementary colors in a real painting. Using the "snap" technique to emphasize character within a painting. Blending loose abstract streaks with a realistic painting to create an illusion of movement. Applying the "wet-in-wet" technique to paint grass and sky. Paints On The Palette (Various Brands) Lemon Yellow Orange Bright Orange Permanent Alizarin Crimson Cadmium Red Light Lavender Deep Purple Deep deep Purple (Mineral Violet) Olive Green Chromium of Oxide Viridian Cobalt Green Leaf Green Cerulean Blue Cobalt Blue Ultramarine Blue Indigo Neutral Tint (Transparent Black) Ivory Black Burnt Umber Burnt Sienna Yellow Ochre Quinacridone Gold Holbein Permanent White (in a tube) Watercolor Paper: Arches 140-pound hotpress watercolor paper Brushes: Escoda Pearla Brushes, size 8 Escoda Pearla Brushes, size 12 Escoda Pearla Brushes, size 20 Neef rigger brushes, size 6 Neef rigger brushes, size 8 Neef rigger brushes, size 10 Neef rigger brushes, size 12 Miscellaneous: Graph Gear 1000 mechanical pencil with 0.7 lead for sketching and tracing White Artist's tape Container of clean water Auxiliary tray for mixing additional colors A towel or rag to rest brushes on Tissue or paper towel Reference...

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William Dunn
William Dunn


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