What you will learn
Learn how to paint a portrait using cellulose paper in watercolor.
How to block-in a drawing portrait drawing.
How to fine tune proportions and measurements.
How to mix skin tones in watercolor.
Insights on how to visualize volume and form.
Understand the main differences of cellulose and cotton watercolor paper.
Problem-solve issues that arise with cellulose watercolor paper.
Basic understanding of watercolor and drawing would be helpful
List of supplies required to paint in watercolor.
Portrait painting is one of the most difficult subjects in fine arts. This course is designed to guide you through the process of painting a portrait in watercolor using cellulose paper. From the foundations of proportions in the drawing, understanding the volume (illusion of form) and selection of details, this course provides a solid foundation for your watercolor portraits. In addition, the course aims to provide tips and tricks to deal with the specifics of watercolor cellulose paper and watercolor materials for a great portrait painting.
Who is this course for?
This course for watercolorist painters struggling to get going with cellulose watercolor paper.
Foundations in this course apply to most painting and drawing media but the focus of the practical videos are watercolor in cellulose paper.
Experience with watercolor is desirable but not mandatory.
What you’ll learn
- How to paint a watercolor portrait in cellulose paper.
- How to draw a portrait with accurate proportions
- How to approach the materials and process of watercolor painting in cellulose paper.
- How to work around cellulose paper limitations for watercolor portrait.
- Some watercolor knowledge is preferable, although not mandatory.
Who this course is for:
- Watercolorists who want to get the most out of cellulose paper.