10 Favorite Subjects in Watercolors
Artists constantly seek out new projects, plain and simple. With this new series, they'll find what they're looking for: books by well-known artists, each featuring 10 no-holds-barred, step-by-step, start-to finish projects--plain and simple. Every project includes: * A list of challenges and learning points, so readers can identify the obstacles to mastering the skill, then master it * Materials lists, with tips on the different materials available for optimal use * A preliminary drawing to trace for easy reproduction, along with color mixing examples and pull outs With a crystal-clear focus on the projects and only the projects, this series will speak to readers hungering for simple instruction to create works of their own.
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analogous colors angled brushes apply the masking Artist's Projects AZALEAS Barbara Jeffery brushstrokes Cadmium Red Light Cadmium Yellow Light center of interest clear water color mixes color temperature Complementary colors completely dry dark values darker drawing without graphite enlarge the drawing glazing graphite paper periodically highlights layer lift color lifting the graphite lightbox.Tape the watercolor lighter masking tape materials you'll need mechanical pencil opaque white ink Paint the flowers paper by taping paper to transfer paper towel pears pencil or graphite pencil or mechanical Permanent Alizarin Crimson Permanent Red petals photocopied drawing.Trace Photocopy and enlarge Phthalo Blue Phthalo Green Phthalo Turquoise Phthalo Violet pigments Place graphite paper plastic wrap Publication date remove the masking round detail brush rubber cement pick-up Sap Green shadow small round detail stamens Step 6 Paint taping the photocopy techniques transfer the drawing vase wash brush watercolor paper white masking fluid window or lightbox.Tape