The course is divided into several sections in two main parts. The first part of the course are the foundations and building blocks. This is the raw information you need to learn watercolor. Tools and Supplies: These are the basic, tried and true items you need to paint, some items are store-bought and some are DIY but all have earned their place in my kit due to their usefulness and versatility. Color mixing: Getting a large variety of colors with a split primary palette plus what other 3 colors I think are worth having in every palette. Techniques: We will learn several types of wet-in-wet and controlled washes, sponging, spattering, scraping, masking, blending, fading and basic brush control.
Then put your newfound skills to use during four full finished painting tutorials in real-time where you can go in-depth with every technique. I'll even suggest when it would be a good time to take a break so you can come back and see your painting with new eyes!
I want this class to be the perfect stepping stone for anyone wanting to begin a watercolor journey or fill in any gaps they feel they might have in their watercolor practice. Mostly I want the student to learn the essential skills to communicate their vision in watercolor and have the confidence to paint!
Lindsay Weirich has been teaching art for nearly two decades. She had reached thousands of students of all ages through her classes and workshops.Her designs have been published in legions of art and craft publications. She has also illustrated two children's books, the latest due out summer of 2017. Weirich lives in Maine with her Husband and three children where she creates something new every day.