(Also available on Skillshare)
In episode three, I’ll show you how I paint this waterfall using gouache a little differently (more like watercolor). Gouache is incredibly versatile, and I rarely use one single method while painting landscapes. This class shows you how I dilute the gouache in order to approach the painting from a watercolor mindset.
In this class, I will demonstrate:
- The sketch process
- Diluting the gouache
- Negative painting & adding thick details
- Achieving a painterly style
- Winsor & Newton Gouache
- Seawhite of Brighton Watercolor Sketchbook
- Zinc white
- Cadmium free lemon yellow
- Permanent alizarin crimson
- Burnt Sienna (barely used)
- Prussian Blue
- Perylene Black (which is a SUPER dark green)
About This Series
Gouache Landscapes is a series of classes that offers real time instruction for how to paint a variety of landscapes with gouache. Each class is 60 minutes or less so you can fit it into your busy schedule. I show you my techniques, talk about tips for getting the most out of your gouache, and talk about my own struggles and how I overcome them. There is no specific upload schedule, but my plan is to release them every 2-3 weeks. Episode 1 is free!
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Real time tutorial with full explanation
- Real time tutorial with full explanation
- Reference Photo
- Sketch Example
- Line Art