About the Course
What you are going to learn:
-perspective types and when to use them
-contrast and details
-drawing after a reference photo using useful tricks to keep the proportion right
-contrast and color
-light and shadow
-Watercolor paper (A4 size or similar), 300g, 100% cotton, cold pressed
-Printed sketch + reference. You can find them lower below
-Mechanical pencil (preferably 0.5 with HB lead).
-Triangle and ruler (at least 30cm in length)
-Bonus: it would be great if you can use a larger flat board ( 60x30 cm) to tape your paper to. If not, make sure you have enough space on your desk (at least 60cm).
-Watercolors - I used these colors: cadmium red, alizarin crimson, cobalt blue, sepia, Indian yellow and Payne's gray. You can use the same colors or something similar.
-Watercolor round brush size 6/7/8, a large one for the first layer (size 14/16 - can be round or flat, preferably natural hair) and a small round brush for details (size 0/1/2)
-Black liners, waterproof
Hi! I'm Andreea and until today I have taught hundreds of people how to use watercolor. I have been painting for 5 years and I am constantly developing both my painting and teaching skills.