How To Paint A Classic Restaurant Scene
Are you ready to learn how to create a lively watercolor painting of the North Beach area in San Francisco? Join award-winning artist William Dunn in this tutorial where he walks you step-by-step through the process of bringing this dramatic scene to life. William paints from a reference photo of a restaurant with its colorful signage, busy restaurant, and lively people. You'll learn how to capture the essence of the scene and how to create a composition that moves away from the traditional dividing of the paper in half. Get ready to capture the essence of the North Beach area with William Dunn in this instructional video.
Watercolor Class Preview:
How to sketch an outdoor restaurant scene with letters, people, and building details.
How to use appropriate brushes for specific elements such as lettering.
Mix primary colors with darker colors to achieve nighttime lighting.
How to use white paint for touching up details and mixing with vibrant colors.
Using different brushes to tweak details with interior and exterior areas of a restaurant.
Paints On The Palette (Various Brands)
Permanent Alizarin Crimson
Cadmium Red Light
Deep deep Purple (Mineral Violet)
Chromium of Oxide
White paint (in a tube)
Watercolor Paper: Fabriano 140-pound cold press watercolor paper Brushes:
Escoda Joseph Zbukvic Signature Series Round Brush (20)
Escoda Joseph Zbukvic Signature Series Round Brush (12)
Escoda Joseph Zbukvic Signature Series Round Brush (8)
Neef Rigger Brush (6)
Neef Rigger Brush (8)
Neef Rigger Brush (10)
Windsor Newton Series 7 Brush (size 12)
Mechanical pencil with 0.7 lead for sketching and tracing
Container of clean water
Auxiliary tray for mixing additional colors
A towel or rag to rest brushes...