How To Paint A Busy City Scene

In this tutorial, you will learn to paint an impressionistic scene of San Francisco's Chinatown with artist William Dunn. Despite the complexity of the scene, Bill simplifies it with rough impressionistic markings that give the buildings, streets, wires, signage, trucks, and cars a sense of closeness without being drawn accurately. He emphasizes the importance of drawing the painting's proportions right and shares his thought process on how he handles complex subject matter. You no longer need to be intimidated by busy street scenes with this video as your guide!
Watercolor Class Preview: How to prepare color schemes for plein air paintings. Why you want to scribble an initial thumbnail sketch. How to pick the right size of watercolor paper for plein air. Why temperature and wind should influence your planning. How to paint fields. How to paint trees. How to paint shadows. How to paint clouds. How to paint blue skies. When to let paint dry before continuing. How to paint mountains.   Reference Photo    Initial Sketch   Final Painting   What does yours look like? Send it to us via a message on our Facebook page so we can admire your work and if we have your permission, we can also share it on the page and our website: Paul Rubens Artist Watercolor Paint Set,36*5 ml Vibrant Colors, Watercolor Tubes for Profesional Artists&Hobbists, Art Supplies for Watercolor Painting, Comic, Illustration, Decoration  

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William Dunn
William Dunn


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