Painting a portrait using watercolour can be tricky, due to the accuracy and subtlety required with drawing and the flesh colours which need careful mixing.
This workshop will help you find the straightforward route into watercolour portraits. At the end of the workshop you will understand how to construct the face and which areas to concentrate to make a credible likeness along with simplifying areas and to stop you fiddling with detail.
Max, the tutor, is a highly experienced artist and tutor who will guide your through the process of portrait painting in watercolour using demos and one-to-one guidance.
Tutor: Max Hale
Date & Time: Thurs 12th Sept, 10am - 4pm
Venue: Bingham Studio, New Brewery Arts
REF: W172 - 19
What you will need:
All tools and equipment provided. However, if you prefer to use your own equipment you may wish to bring the following:
Paints: Tubes of Watercolour or Pans
Paper: A3 Paper or Pads in any surface
Brushes: At least one size 14 round brush for the majority of the work plus any others you enjoy using.
Palette: A decent sized welled one