Painting A Dramatic Stormy Sky in Watercolor
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Painting A Dramatic Stormy Sky in Watercolor

Take the plunge and learn to paint this atmospheric watercolor with a wet-in-wet technique
4.3 (7 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
84 students enrolled
Created by Jean Lurssen
Last updated 6/2016
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $25 Discount: 60% off
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Includes:
  • 32 mins on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Paint a stormy sky with confidence
  • Create a good composition with the rule of thirds
  • Use wet-in-wet technique
  • Mix colors to create rich darks
  • Use warm and cool colors for important contrast
  • Paint spontaneously
  • Use washes with confidence
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Requirements
  • watercolor paints
  • brushes
  • good quality watercolor paper
Description

This is all about letting go and letting the watercolor paint itself with minimal planning. Challenge yourself and join me in learning how to paint this exciting atmospheric watercolor. 

Work at your own Pace with unlimited access at anytime. Once you purchase this course you have life-time access.

  • For anyone who wants to learn to paint wet in wet
  • Some watercolor experience is helpful
  • Learn to paint a dramatic stormy sky in just six easy lessons
  • Discover how to loosen up your style for a more exciting result

Take the plunge and let your brushes do the work.

Who is the target audience?
  • Some experience using watercolors would be helpful
  • Anyone who wants to learn to paint wet in wet
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Curriculum For This Course
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About The Course And The Materials
2 Lectures 05:07

All about this tutorial on painting a dramatic stormy sky in watercolors.

Preview 01:44

I've provided a downloadable pdf list of the materials needed for your convenience. It's all you will need to paint this stormy watercolor sky.

Preview 03:23
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Painting Wet In Wet
6 Lectures 27:10

Learn about the rule of thirds and how it will help you create a better composition for your watercolor paintings.

Preview 03:17

Painting the first watercolor wash for the sky.

Preview 03:46

How to paint a stormy sky wet in wet.

Creating the storm clouds
05:36

Painting in the first wash of the landscape area.

Evaluating the sky and painting the first wash of the land area
02:46

Adding cloud shadow to the land area.

Adding shadow and distant mountains
04:51

Add the finishing touches to your atmospheric watercolor painting.

Re-evaluation and painting the finishing touches
06:54
About the Instructor
Jean Lurssen
4.4 Average rating
101 Reviews
1,162 Students
4 Courses
Watercolorist

The luminosity of watercolors is what fascinates and draws me to this medium. I like creating textures and continually try to stretch the boundaries of watercolor. I experiment with materials and media to get the results I want.

My paintings are influenced by the shapes in nature and the beautiful surroundings of Northern California and by my previous life living in England, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.

I studied painting at the Rhodesian School of Art in Zimbabwe and for four years in California with master watercolorist, Jerry Stitt, AWS. I live in Marin County, California which has many unspoiled coastal areas, nature parks and trails that inspire many of my paintings.

My art has been bought by people in the USA, Switzerland, South Africa and the UK.