Gemstones: Exploring Surfaces and Reflections with Watercolour
by Etchr Lab
In this 3-hour Class, join illustrator Isabella Kung as she demonstrates how to portray different types of surface texture with Watercolor. Using gemstone as the subject matter, practice the fundamentals of watercolor painting and learn new techniques that can bring your paintings to the next level.
You will be provided with several reference photos and sketches of the paintings Isabella will be working on during the class.
The class runs for approximately 3 hours and will be held via Zoom. Each class is limited to 8 people to maximise one-on-one engagement and learning.
Schedule and details are in the tabs below!
Secure your spot today by purchasing on this page. Zoom link and other workshop details will be sent to your email at least 24-hours before the scheduled event.
- 11am LA Time Saturday (November 21st)
- 2pm NY Time Saturday (November 21st)
- 7pm London Time Saturday (November 21st)
- 3am Singapore Time Sunday (November 22nd)
- 6am Sydney Time Sunday (November 22nd)
VIEW WATERCOLOUR FROM A NEW PERSPECTIVEFeaturing an immersive discussion and live demonstrations, Isabella's class will cover:
- How to study your reference with an analytical approach for painting.
- Paint in layers to build color and saturation.
- Show different watercolor techniques to portray smooth to rough surface textures.
- Depict surfaces with reflection, translucent qualities versus opaque qualities.
This course is for beginner to intermediate watercolourists who are looking to learn techniques to approach subjects from a new visual perspective.
- 140lb cold press 100% cotton watercolor paper. One larger sheet or 2-3 smaller sheets.
- Watercolor paints (Along with a basic palette, these additional colors are recommended: Dioxazine Violet, Rose Opera, Payne's grey)
- White Gouache
- Palette or dish to mix paints
- Water bucket or cups
- Pencil or col-erase color pencil
- Drawing gum/masking fluid/miskit
- Paper towel or Rag
- table salt
- Old toothbrush
- Artist tape