Realistic Portrait: Paint A Vietnamese Child In Watercolor
- 36 mins on-demand video
- 2 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- You will feel more comfortable with the watercolor, you will be not afraid to make mistakes and experiments.
- You will learn how to use layering to paint a face.
- You will figure out hot to control your brush to work on tiny details such as eyes or lips.
- You will create a cheerful portrait of a Vietnamese girl!
- Watercolor set: artist (professional) or student (beginner) quality
- Round brushes (3-5 items). Size #1, #6, #14
- Watercolor paper: 200-300 gsm (thicknes)
- Soft pencil (2B, HB)
- Extra: tissues, eraser, water cup with clean water
- You will need a smile ;)
Do you like watercolor? Did you want to try it but never had time? Are you already painting but need more advanced guidance? This course is for you: all you need is to relax, follow each step and listen to the comments.
I lived in Vietnam for a new months and got inspired by a beautiful nature there. But mostly I was excited about sunny kids that run everywhere with a happy smile. I decided to paint one and teach you how to do it.
After this course you will understand that watercolor is not that difficult. This is not a magic pill and it doesn't mean a portrait of a child will appear out of nowhere ;) The secret is - I will not only show you the techniques but also explain HOW watercolor works. I will share tricks and tips, break down all the techniques and answer any question that you might have - just send me a message!
So now you are ready.
Jump into the course and let's create!
- If you like watercolor, want to practice more, improve your skills and move to the next level - let's work on a portrait!
- Straggling with portraits? Learn about secrets of painting a realistic portrait in watercolor
Check if you have all art supplies ready and prepare your working space. Let's start from sketching a face of a baby and move on.
Introduction about watercolor and its features. Work on our first watercolor layer