Preview Of Class On Copying An Abstract Oil Painting Using Watercolor:
- How sketch for an abstract painting.
- How to approach a painting that relies heavily on cool colors.
- The importance of color in abstract art.
- Watercolor techniques for copying an oil painting
- How to add perspective from angle
- How to manipulate colors to give your painting more emotion.
- How to paint create a figure with multiple colors.
- How to use bright colors without making them look light.
Paints: Holbein Artists’ Watercolors
- Lemon Yellow
- Bright Orange
- Permanent Alizarin Crimson
- Cadmium Red Light
- Deep Purple
- Deep deep Purple (Mineral Violet)
- Olive Green
- Chromium of Oxide
- Cobalt Green
- Leaf Green
- Cerulean Blue
- Cobalt Blue
- Ultramarine Blue
- Neutral Tint
- Ivory Black
- Burnt Umber
- Burnt Sienna
- Yellow Ochre
- Quinacridone Gold
Watercolor Paper: 140-pound Arches rough watercolor paper (12×16)
- Escoda Synthetic Brush (size 20)
- Snap Brush
- Need round Brush (size 10)
- Need round Brush (size 8)
- Rigger Brush
- Flat Brush
- Regular Toothbrush
- A towel, rag, or tray to rest brushes on
- 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 and also as a guideline while painting)
- Watercolor paints and palette
- Auxiliary tray for additional colors
- Cup of water