10 more watercolors with some sort of building and/or structure in the composition. Having fun with watercolor! Getting the hang of it yet? We'll watch some more Terry on Friday. Don't forget to make the sounds. Bloop, bloop, bloop.
Yep, 10 more watercolors for Wednesday. Keep experimenting with the media and brushes. Work the four states and figure out what they do and when you should use them. A single watercolor will utilize each one for various effects. We will watch a cheesy watercolor video in class. Don' worry, it contains good info and … Read More
I found this guy on the web with some pretty good notes and lessons on watercolor. Take a look. www.johnlovett.com
Don't forget to bring in a $20.00 Viscom Material Card receipt for the illustration supplies.
This exercise is simply to get you to working with watercolor. We'll see what you manage to produce using the four states of watercolor. Wet on Wet (Wet brush on wet paper)Wet on Dry (Wet brush on dry paper)Dry on Wet (Damp brush on wet paper)Dry on Dry (Damp brush on dry paper)
Here is the final composite of the V.F.W. mural I completed in May. It measures out at 7 ft x 38 ft in size and was painted with acrylic latex.You can see a larger version on my website.
This gouache illustration of mine will be in the CQ16 online portfolio in September.