Cloud Painting 2: Watercolor
In this one time class, students will learn the watercolor techniques used to paint dramatic, rain heavy clouds
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In this class we will be painting a landscape featuring a large sky filled with dramatic rain heavy clouds. Class will begin with some deep breaths to help bring us into focus, followed by a warm up exercise, from there we will move into sketching and painting, which is where the real fun begins. I will show students the methods I use to create these clouds, and we will all practice together. The last portion of the class will be putting those new skills into action by painting a larger more...
The class objectives (outside of an enjoyable experience and a pretty painting) are to learn a warm up technique that can be used for any artistic project, and to learn some basic sketching and watercolor methods to be used in painting clouds.
- A few sheets of watercolor paper, at least 5”x7” in size, though larger is fine. - Large round watercolor brush size 8 or as near as possible - Small round watercolor brush size 2 or as near as possible - Water cup - Several paper towels for wiping brushes and pulling color off the page - Three shades of blue watercolor paint (I will be using Indigo blue, Ultramarine blue, and Cerulean blue, but any very dark blue, a medium but bright blue, and a sky blue shade would be fine.) - Any shade of green watercolor paint that makes you happy - White watercolor paint or gouache - A grey shade of watercolor paint. I will be using the color called Neutral Tint - Pencil - Eraser - Sketching Paper for our warm up (any scrap paper is fine for this, though I will be using my sketchbook.)
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1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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86 total reviews
128 completed classes
Hey, my name is Abigail. I enjoy being outside, knitting and crochet, and am a big fiction reader. I also ran my first half marathon last year! I’ve been drawing and painting since very early childhood and have always embraced it as a part of who...