NitroFlare Udemy - Still Life with Pears

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    Udemy - Still Life with Pears
    .MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 19 Lectures | 1.5 hours | 1.3 GB
    Instructor: Nicola A Blakemore

    This watercolour painting workshop is live and exciting, full of techniques, challenging and rewarding.

    If you are looking to take your watercolour painting to the next level, this is for you.

    If you want to challenge yourself, step outside your comfort zone and add impact to your watercolour painting then look no further.

    If you want to feel more confident using strong dark pigments, get started now.

    If you want to work more loosely, use more water, use stronger pigments, you'll love this.

    Let your watercolour painting talent blossom as you enjoy over two hours of LIVE ART that you can watch again, and again, and again. Just stand next to me as we chat about the picture, the colours and the techniques. It's all here.

    Take what you learn here to other projects and expand your new found skills and excitement, letting your energy show in your work.

    Each lecture explains simply every step of the way. I'm there to help you solve problems before you get to them and to help you discover more dynamic ways to paint with watercolours.

    What are the requirements?

    How to use watercolour paints
    How to mix colours
    How to use a small brush confidently
    The colours are readily available in most paint boxes
    A heavy watercolour paper 140 lbs or 300 grammes at least will be needed

    What am I going to get from this course?

    Over 19 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
    Plan a painting with confidence
    Learn how to identify possible problem areas and solve them in advance
    Fully understand the need for practice
    Use a wax resit and a spattering technique for added drama
    Feel confident when using very dark colours
    Use masking fluid to help create difficult shapes
    Understand the extremely beneficial of negative space

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