How To Paint A Boat & Water Scene With Reflections
This tutorial is another travel adventure. Award-winning artist William Dunn takes us through a painting of the beautiful harbor at Fort Bragg in Northern California. William leads us through his palette of warm colors, cool colors, and earth colors, explaining the differences between each one. As he begins to paint, William shares his techniques for creating realistic reflections on the water and for painting complex scenes with a lot of greenery. He emphasizes the difference between realistic painting and painting in a loose style. This video is sure to teach you new techniques and inspire you to create beautiful works of art. So grab your painting supplies and join William Dunn for an unforgettable painting experience!
Preview Of Class On Boat & Water Scene With Reflections:
How to study and sketch a wharf scene with a sailboat and forest.
How to prepare to paint reflections on water.
How to apply the “wet in wet” technique to a forest, a sky, and a body of water.
How to mix primary colors with earth colors to achieve a relaxing and immersive atmosphere.
Mixing white paint with various colors to achieve different levels of transparency within a painting.
Mixing colors on watercolor paper to achieve ripple effects.
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)
Fabriano 140-pound rough watercolor paper
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 Cotman no.1 Brush
Mechanical pencil with 0.7...