Learn to Paint in Watercolor with 50 Paintings

Learn to Paint in Watercolor with 50 Paintings by Will Freeborn

Pick Up the Skills, Put On the Paint, Hang Up Your Art

Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781631592775
Publisher: Quarry Books
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Learn to Paint in Watercolor with 50 Paintings teaches you to use watercolors and refine your skills with a series of fifty progressively more difficult projects.

Are you a watercolor painter newbie? Have you dabbled in watercolors but wish your paintings looked more polished? Well, it's time to remedy that! Learn to Paint in Watercolor is the patient watercolor instructor you've been waiting for.

Consider this how-to book on water color to be your very own in-depth class on the medium. As you work through each lesson, you'll be adding new techniques and subjects to your artists' toolkit. And once you reach the end, you'll have painted your way through fifty projects -- a perfect portfolio for a starting artist.

Learn to Paint in Watercolor starts you off by showing you how to paint objects important and personal to you. You'll soon advance to painting environments, and even on to telling stories with your watercolor. As you advance from one project to the next, you'll learn a variety of techniques ranging from simple color washes, to ink techniques, expressive strokes, and how to effectively use light.

Wil Freeborn is one of Scotland's foremost artists whose multifaceted work straddles the fields of design, illustration, and painting. He studied environmental art at Glasgow School of Art. After working as a designer for several design agencies, Wil rediscovered his love of drawing and painting while commuting to work every day. He has exhibited at Paisley Art Institute and the Royal Glasgow Institute and has work featured in The Art of Urban Sketching and An Illustrated Journey.

Format: Paperback / softback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781631592775
Illustrations: 150 color photos
Size: 8.5 in x 10 in / 215.9 mm x 254 mm
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