Demystifying Urban Scenes in Watercolour
by Etchr Lab
Paint along with professional artist Ian Fennelly as he demystifies urban scenes using watercolour. In this live and interactive workshop, you will learn how to really visualise a subject's basic composition and how to properly apply layers of colour to the sketch.
This session will run for approximately 2 hours via Zoom and is open to a maximum of 1,000 people. Participants will have access to a recording of the workshop 3 days after the live session.
Schedule and details are in the tabs below!
Secure your spot today by purchasing on this page. A downloadable PDF containing the workshop link and other details will be sent via email after checkout.
9am LA Time Saturday (January 16th, PST)
12pm NY Time Saturday (January 16th, EST)
5pm London Time Saturday (January 16th, GMT)
1am Singapore Time Sunday (January 17th)
4am Sydney Time Sunday (January 17th)
VIEW URBAN SCENES IN A NEW PERSPECTIVE
Join renowned artist Ian Fennelly in his creative journey of accurately looking at visual features and choosing the right colour and tone for your urban sketches. Learn how to use brush pens, watercolour, and fine liners to convey emotion through the piece!
This Mini-Workshop is for beginner to intermediate artists who want to learn how to add realism and structure to an urban sketch.
- A3 watercolour paper.
Tombow Brush Pens - water soluble:
– black and a range of greys, particularly the lighter greys - N15, N75, N79, N60, N89, N95
- Fine liner pens (permanent) – from 0.05 – 0.8 (Pilot, Staedtler, Faber Castell, Derwent Graphik – any of these brands are fine.)
- Watercolour pan set
- Range of brushes, from flats to riggers