The Watercolorist's Essential Notebook: Landscapes
This inspiring guide provides artists with the knowledge they need to paint watercolor landscapes. It features easy-to-follow exercises illustrated in an accessible format that invites readers to jump in and begin painting right away. Artists of all skill levels will learn from: -30 step-by-step demonstrations -Chapters that focus on basic landscape elements, such as land, water and sky -Special mini demos for capturing important details, including trees, mountains, waves, clouds, sunsets and more. Most importantly, this guide's instruction teaches artists the foundations of strong composition and encourages them to pursue their own individual style to create landscapes that are compelling and unique.
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