How To Paint A Fun, Modern Still-Life Painting With Patterns - Sliced Meringues Cake Patterns
William Dunn takes you along on a colorful journey of copying Wayne Tebow's masterpiece: Meringues. This is an advanced watercolor video that can present a challenge no matter your level of experience. There is a lot going on in the original with multiple overlapping colors, shadows, and reflections in the glass. The original painting was created with oil paints in a large format. Bill copies the composition onto a regular size block of paper. In this tutorial, William guides you along as he places color in the dark and mid tones and gradually works towards perfecting the nuances of color in this painting. He will show you how to mix colors to avoid getting muddy results and how to push the colors to make them more vibrant. Get your painting materials ready, and let's dive into this exciting painting challenge with William Dunn.
Watercolor Techniques Class Preview:
How to copy an oil painting using watercolor.
How to paint patterns.
How to paint layers.
How to sketch and color different sections of the whole art piece without being scattered.
How to manipulate colors to give your painting more emotion.
How to paint using primarily warm colors.
How to fix mistakes and remove watercolor when you mess up.
How to give your shadows depth and dimension.
Paints: Holbein Artists’ Watercolors
Chromium Green Oxide
Cadmium Yellow Lemon
Permanent Alizarin Crimson
Cadmium Red Deep
Jaune Brilliant No. 1
Jaune Brilliant No. 2
210-pound Hahnemuhle Cornwall watercolor paper (12x16)
Escoda Synthetic Brush (size 20)
Need round Brush (size 12)
Need round Brush (size 8)
2 or 3 inch Craft Gum Tape (2 inch commonly sold in most art stores)
Graph Gear 1000 Mechanical Pencil w/ 0.9 lead (for sketching/tracing)
White Artist’s Tape (used for borders...