Finding Your Inspiration in San Gimignano: Urban Scenes in Watercolour (Recording)
by Etchr Lab
For approximately 3 hours, watch and paint along with professional watercolour artist, Ian Fennelly, as he teaches you how to really visualise a subject's basic composition and how to properly apply layers of colour to the sketch.
Discover how to accurately look at visual features and choose the right colour and tone for your urban sketches. Learn how to use brush pens, watercolour, and fine liners to convey emotion through your San Gimignano piece!
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Disclaimer: Please note that this is NOT a live 3-hour Class and is merely a recording (replay) of one. Voices from the students will be heard in this video.
A3 watercolour paper (Hot press if possible)
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