Watercolor Landscapes: The Complete Guide to Painting Landscapes
Publisher:Collins & Brown
An experienced artist and teacher uses stunning examples of his own work to explain every facet of watercolor landscape painting. Explore the wide range of effects possible with different brushstrokes and washes, such as blotting and sponging to produce texture and working with color to suggest movement. Plenty of practical suggestions on choosing materials and supplies are included along with inspiring, annotated studies and easy-to-follow projects that demonstrate basic techniques in action, including painting all kinds of skies, depicting perspective, creating shadows, combining colors and more.
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