How To Paint Watercolours

Author: Jeremy Ford
Editor: Search Press Limited
ISBN: 1781267014
File Size: 56,67 MB
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Jeremy Ford is a master-artist who will show you how to paint beautiful watercolour pictures, starting from initial sketches, through simple techniques to completed pictures, ready for display. A reissue of the best-selling How to Paint Water Colour, this book includes three comprehensive step-by-step demonstrations and covers a range of subjects from flower portraits to landscapes. Jeremy examines and breaks down the various essential materials needed, from selecting paper, paints and brushes through to other painting equipment. A simple colour theory section eliminates any mysteries about watercolour paint.

Watercolours Learn To Paint

Author: Alwyn Crawshaw
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0008363323
File Size: 47,89 MB
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Alwyn Crawshaw has a very loyal following among amateur painters, and this book is an ideal introduction to this popular medium.

Painting Watercolours On Canvas

Author: Liz Chaderton
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785005901
File Size: 20,87 MB
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Painting on canvas poses many exciting opportunities for the artist. Along with the immediacy, vibrancy and unpredictability of watercolours, it is a liberating and creative process. This practical book explains how to start painting with watercolours on canvas and goes on to encourage new style and experimentation. It gives step-by-step demonstrations on different techniques to achieve loose, dynamic images. It is a beautiful and passionate account of how to work on a non-traditional surface to achieve striking and innovative paintings. It covers; advice on selecting and preparing canvases to accept watercolour; ways to adapt your materials and working process to canvases; step-by-step demonstrations on different techniques to achieve loose, dynamic images; Ideas for experimentation, both in style and subject, and stunning, finished images to inspire; A beautiful book that shows how to paint with watercolour on canvas to achieve bold, stunning results. Of great interest to all artists and craftsmen, it is superbly illustrated with 149 colour photographs. Liz Chaderton is a professional watercolour artist and specializes in painting animals.

How To Paint With Watercolours

Author: Hazel Harrison
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ISBN: 9780754827511
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A step-by-step course in a popular painting medium, with advice for beginner and inspiration for more experienced artists. Practical projects help you refine your skills, and examples by contemporary artists show different approaches.

Learn To Paint Watercolour With The Experts

Author: Alwyn Crawshaw
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ISBN: 9780007153558
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This title combines the expertise of four acclaimed and well-known artists and teachers. TV artist Alwyn Crawshaw introduces the reader to the art of the sketch, both as a work in its own right and as the foundation for a later painting. Expert painter David Bellamy takes the reader into the accessible outdoors, with his section on painting landscapes. Artist Ron Ranson helps the reader to create more memorable watercolours by guiding them through the painting of skies, essential to adding atmosphere to a landscape. Finally, TV artist Hazel Soan helps the reader to experiment with colour to create vibrant and professional-looking effects. and clear practical advice on watercolour techniques. It is packed with step-by-step demonstrations, exercises, helpful instruction and professional hints, as well as over 400 colour illustrations.

Painting Animals In Watercolour

Author: Liz Chaderton
Editor: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 1785007882
File Size: 70,30 MB
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Artists seem compelled to try to capture the amazing variety of the animal kingdom; the challenge remains how to breathe energy into your paintings and make the animals jump off the paper. This deeply practical book offers an accessible introduction to sketching animals from life, to try to capture that essence. It gives instruction on how to approach drawing; covers ideas for materials and supplies to make sketching from life a joy; gives step-by-step demonstrations of different watercolour techniques; offers specific advice on using colour and painting, fur, feathers and features and gives ideas for mixed-media experimentation. Full of colourful examples and guidance, this new book explains how to transform your studies into finished artwork that are brimming with character. It encourages you to find the extraordinary in the everyday, as well as revelling in the breadth of nature. Taking a contemporary approach to traditional watercolour, the author shows how a few, well-chosen brushes of paint can reveal the soul of your subject.

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Watercolor

Author: Marian E. Appellof
Editor: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 9780823056491
File Size: 18,46 MB
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Adopting an alternative approach to painting, this book shows how, through a combination of Eastern philosophy and Western techniques, artists may be empowered to produce more thoughtful and creative work. It demonstrates how this effect can be achieved by meditation and exercises.

Watercolour Challenge

Author: Eaglemoss Publications
Editor: Channel 4 Book
ISBN: 9780752220321
File Size: 21,51 MB
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Practical Painting Course shows you how to master all the practical aspects of watercolour paintingincluding paint basics such as laying different types of washes and the rudiments of brushstrokes. You are also helped to attain a full understanding of how colours work with a guide to mixing paints and using colours successfully to create moods and effects. When it comes to planning pictures, this book includes all the compositional tricks of the tradefrom the traditional approaches to perspective, to judicious cropping when a painting is finished. There are also lots of new styles to try for the more advanced painter. This wonderful book provides the inspiration and the know-how to paint watercolours.

The Joy Of Watercolour Easiest Way To Paint With Watercolor

Author: Enda Suominen
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Watercolours are the first choice for many painters, but few master the full potential of the medium. This book encourages you to be bold and colourful. This Learn To Paint Watercolor book will provide you with a lot of information and tips on materials, techniques, creative resources of the trade and many step by step of complete landscapes to develop new skills, explore, experiment and discover your own potential. In this Watercolor Paper Book book, you will discover: - 245 inspiring images illustrate this book and is perfect for both beginner watercolor artists and artists who want to improve their skills, creativity, technique and knowledge of the craft of watercolor painting - The first chapters lay the foundations for a successful painting from: how to choose the right colors, brushes and papers, to how to use water, how to use color in watercolor and how to include interesting textures - You will also find step-by-step demonstrations on how to paint trees, rocks, skies, water, vegetation and other landscape elements - You will learn to apply color theory to your works, an exciting theme for painting artists - 22 step by step illustrate the concepts and techniques, including 14 complete landscape demonstrations This beautiful and inspirational guide will be of great interest to all artists, in particular watercolourists, and also holiday painters and cruise ship passengers.

Flower Painting

Author: Paul Riley
Editor: Parkwest Publications
ISBN: 9781870586108
File Size: 31,49 MB
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Flower Painting offers the reader an approach which frees the novice from the constrictions so often imposed by tutors. It is a new way of both seeing and painting flowers in all their variety, complexity and delight, with emphasis on color as related to flowers including how to put that intensity of color down, with the appropriate tools, so as to lose none of the freshness that emanates from nature.

How To Paint

Author: Angela Gair
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ISBN: 9781845370534
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Covering the three most popular types of painting: watercolours, acrylics and oils, this comprehensive step-by-step guide provides basic information on materials and techniques as well as an exciting series of demonstrations aimed at complete beginners. The unique approach of this book is so simple that the reader can start immediately on original and exciting projects. Each section has practical information on materials and equipment and includes a gallery of work by other artists to inspire the beginner. The projects cover all types of subjects, including landscapes, still life, people, flowers, animals and buildings. Within each section the demonstrations provide instruction in a whole range of different techniques from the basic brushstrokes to using resist and painting with a knife. Filled with stunning artworks and inspiring projects, this book will help beginners to achieve immediate and impressive results with a minimum of practice.

Learn To Paint In Watercolour With 50 Small Paintings

Author: Wil Freeborn
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ISBN: 9781782214397
File Size: 30,37 MB
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The second in this series following the success of Little Ways to Learn Watercolour, this unique book works as a course in watercolour painting, built up subject by subject, over 50 paintings. Starting off painting subjects that are important to you, you then move on to exploring your immediate environment. By the end of the book, your pictures will start to tell your own story and give you the confidence to continue painting and discovering watercolour's myriad possibilities. Techniques are introduced throughout the painting projects, from using a simple colour wash to learning about ink techniques or letting go with loose, free watercolours. At the same time, concepts such as properties of light (vital for watercolourists) are explained to give a solid foundation on which to work. So if you are a fresh to the world of watercolour, and daunted by a big blank piece of watercolour paper, this is the book for you.

David Bellamy S Developing Your Watercolours

Author: David Bellamy
Editor: Marshall Pickering
ISBN: 9780007163885
File Size: 51,63 MB
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A practical, structured course for watercolour painters with some experience - continuing where the "Watercolour Landscape Course" left off. Illustrated with David Bellamy's evocative watercolours, the book follows a similar approach to the previous course and is divided into four main sections: the preparatory planning stages, with advice on choosing materials and working on location; guidelines on how to give your paintings more impact through imaginative composition, lighting and mood; more exciting watercolour techniques; and specific projects and exhibition work. Also included are a number of practical exercises, relating to paintings featured in a gallery at the end of the book, and several step-by-step demonstrations.

Light And Movement In Watercolour

Author: Jake Winkle
Editor: Batsford
ISBN: 9781849940276
File Size: 20,66 MB
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Jake Winkle's loose, fresh and spontaneous style of painting is very popular. His paintings are full of light and movement and a key feature of his technique is that he doesn't work in the traditional way of light to dark but by placing the darks first. In Light and Movement in Watercolour, his first book, he demonstrates how to paint watercolours in a loose, direct way by step-by-step demonstrations and practical projects. Watercolours are often spoiled by a desire to be entirely truthful to the subject matter, which can lead to a painting that is overworked and tight. Jake's loose approach avoids those problems. He looks at subject simplification and shows how to focus on shapes rather than objects and, by painting what you see and not what you know, demonstrates how to capture the essence of the scene with freshness and clarity. The main topics in this book are: Understanding Watercolour; Building Confidence; What to Paint; Shapes, Tones and Colours; Dark to Light and Freshness and Clarity. Jake considers each topic in detail and shows the reader how to create paintings that glow with life, interest and spontaneity.

Anyone Can Paint

Author: Barrington Barber
Editor: Arcturus Publishing
ISBN: 1398802166
File Size: 15,90 MB
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It's true - anyone can paint! Even if you have seldom done so before, it's never too late to pick up a brush and have a go. In this book, professional artist and inspirational teacher Barrington Barber demonstrates step-by-step methods of painting in watercolours, acrylics and oils. He explores the use of colour and shows how the different techniques and effects of each medium can be applied to a range of subjects, including still lifes, landscapes, portraits and buildings. Finished artworks in each medium give an idea of the results that can be achieved, and examples of composition, technique and style show how famous artists have evolved their own painting methods. Through practice, and by following the guidance in this book, you will hopefully discover the enjoyment and fulfilment that can be found in learning how to paint. • step-by-step tuition • beautiful examples • suitable for beginners and improving artists

Natural Watercolours

Author: Richard Taylor
Editor: David & Charles
ISBN: 9780715311684
File Size: 32,12 MB
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Strating out with simple studies of leaves, fruit and flowers, the author looks at the materials and basic techniques needed for natural watercolour painting, and suggests some simple exercises for creating realistic form and effective composition. He moves on to demonstrate how to paint a wide range of natural subjects by cleverly breaking them down into their substructures, then illustrating the gradual development of the image so you both understand and see exactly how the finished watercolour has been built up. With fully annotated sketches, working illustrations and step-by-step demonstrations he explores all kinds of indoor and outdoor subjects. Detailed information on special techniques and suitable palettes is also provided throughout.

How To Paint Loose Atmospheric Watercolours

Author: Jose Domino
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781542929608
File Size: 54,27 MB
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This book is for artists of all abilities. There are step by step demonstrations, as well as Jose's unique vision and insights on his watercolour techniques. If you want to loosen up your watercolour style, but need a little helping hand, then this book will help. "How To Paint Loose & Atmospheric Watercolours" reveals the mysteries of Jose's watercolour techniques. If you want to paint atmosphere, loosen up your brushwork and create mood in your watercolours, then Jose's book shows you how.

You Can Paint Animals In Watercolour

Author: Trevor Waugh
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ISBN: 9780007120352
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A new title in the You Can Paint series of painting books for absolute beginners. Written by professional artist-teachers, these books start with real basics and assume no knowledge or experience of painting whatsoever.

Watercolour Challenge

Author: 4 Channel
Editor: Pan Macmillan Adult
ISBN: 9780752262086
File Size: 62,50 MB
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A complete painting course which provides the inspiration and the know-how to painting with watercolours. Throughout the book there are clear demonstrations of the techniques that ensure artistic success, plus useful tips from the Watercolour Challenge experts and straightforward exercises showing how to capture the most popular subjects in paint.

David Bellamy S Watercolour Landscape Course

Author: David Bellamy
Editor: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007163894
File Size: 11,12 MB
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Structured and practical in approach, David Bellamy's guide has amateur painters painting pictures right from the start. The well-known teacher-artist helps students to learn techniques by producing actual sketches, studies and watercolour paintings in this inspiring and practical guide. The book is divided into three main parts. The first section covers all the practical aspects of watercolour painting; the second section is more challenging, requiring students to take a little more initiative and develop their own style; and the third shows how to paint the many different elements of the landscape. The course includes numerous practical exercises which highlight the key points covered in each chapter and there are 12 demonstration pictures with clear, step-by-step instructions.