No Fear Watercolor: Watercolor Doodling
Watercolor is one of the most difficult mediums to master as an artist because you have little control over where the paint goes. In this class that doesn't matter! Spend a couple of creative hours using blobs of watercolor paint, a fine line pen, and a little imagination to make whimsical birds and gorgeous botanical illustrations. You'll learn how to pair ink pen and watercolors together to enhance details, figures, and outlines in your paintings. The paint can go wherever it likes, and you can use your doodling skills to turn it into something interesting. Introducing ink pen will take your watercolor painting to a whole new level! Make your own wall art or custom greeting cards; the possibilities are unlimited! A native of India, Mitra Verma is an artist and designer with a passion for creating and sharing her skills. You need no artistic experience or skill to enjoy this workshop.
|Dates:||August 8, 2020 Check for other dates|
|Meets:||One Sat., 1-3:30PM 08/08|
|Location:||CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec|
You could save $12.00 on this course by becoming a member of CFU Membership
|Notes:||Materials need to be purchased for class, will cost ~$40, for a printable list of supplies: https://www.freeu.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/No-Fear-Water-Color-supply-list.pdf. Here is the required list of supplies: Strathmore watercolor sheet 140-305 Ready Cut Watercolor, Hot Press, 5" x 7" (required maximum 4 sheets). Any watercolor (not any brand specific) which is artist-grade, high-quality and highly pigmented watercolor pans. Good and medium range brands are Koi, Windsor & Newton, Prima, Reeves. Water color brushes (any brand): round size no #2, 4 and a flat brush size no # 6. 1 Sakura pigma micron pen 05, archival ink. Water color palette. Water color glass/mug and paper kitchen napkins.|
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