Last updated 8/2020
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Language: English | Size: 8.51 GB | Duration: 6h 34m
Create and paint a thematic series of sketches while traveling with Santa Fe, New Mexico as the featured location.
What you’ll learn
Create and paint a thematic series of sketches that represents a place you have traveled to using photographs or sketching live.
Create finished sketches with ink pens that come to life when watercolor is applied.
This course is a two for one since it includes sketching and beginning watercolor lectures.
Combine skills learned from previous courses: Proportions, Contours, Landscapes and Perspective
Anyone can take this course but it would be helpful if you either have sketching experience or have taken Traveler’s Sketchbook Pt 1, 2 and 3.
Some watercolor experience would be helpful.
In this course, I will teach you how to create a series of thematic, painted sketches that tell a story or feature a particular location. The instruction will focus on adding watercolors to your ink drawings of buildings, trees, sculptures and other landscape features. I will travel to Santa Fe, New Mexico where I will show you how to create a series of sketches that bring to life a particular place. You can use your previous sketches, create a series from past photographs or make a new series from a place around you. I will introduce the idea of creating a thematic border around your sketches and you then you will watch me create my sketches. Half of the class, eight lectures, are dedicated to watercolors. I introduce watercolor techniques like flat and graded washes, glazing and creating value charts and creating study paintings. I will cover the materials and techniques that I prefer, and then you will watch me paint, with step by step narrated instruction instruction of how to paint your sketches. If you are a beginning painter, you can stop at any stage, and if you are up for more of a challenge, watch as I turn my sketches into finished paintings!
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Section 2: Create an Interesting Border Around a Series of Sketches
Lecture 2 Create an Interesting Border Around a Series of Sketches
Section 3: Create a Compilation Sketch as the First Sketch in Your Series
Lecture 3 Create a Compilation Sketch as the First Sketch in Your Series
Section 4: Sketching an Iconic Place in Santa Fe-Canyon Road with Landscape
Lecture 4 Sketching an Iconic Place in Santa Fe-Canyon Road with Landscape
Section 5: Sketching a Shrine to Guadalupe with Some History of Chimayo
Lecture 5 Sketching a Shrine to Guadalupe with Some History of Chimayo
Section 6: Sketching El Santuario de Chimayo
Lecture 6 Sketching El Santuario de Chimayo
Section 7: WATERCOLORS! Value Charts, Flat Washes and Glazing on Sketch Paper
Lecture 7 WATERCOLORS! Value Charts, Flat Washes and Glazing on Sketch Paper
Section 8: WATERCOLORS! Graded Wash Technique on Sketchbook Paper
Lecture 8 WATERCOLORS! Graded Wash Technique on Sketchbook Paper
Section 9: WATERCOLORS! Creating a Study Painting to Assess Colors
Lecture 9 WATERCOLORS! Creating a Study Painting to Assess Colors
Section 10: WATERCOLORS! Setting Up Your First Painting of a Sketch
Lecture 10 WATERCOLORS! Setting Up Your First Painting of a Sketch
Section 11: WATERCOLORS! Painting Shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Lecture 11 WATERCOLORS! Painting Shrine to Our Lady of Guadalupe
Section 12: WATERCOLORS! Painting the Santa Fe Compilation Sketch
Lecture 12 WATERCOLORS! Painting the Santa Fe Compilation Sketch
Section 13: WATERCOLORS! Painting the Chimayo Sketch
Lecture 13 WATERCOLORS! Painting the Chimayo Sketch
Section 14: WATERCOLORS! Painting the Canyon Road Sketch in Santa Fe
Lecture 14 WATERCOLORS! Painting the Canyon Road Sketch in Santa Fe
Intermediate or beginning sketchers who have worked their way through the Traveler’s Sketchbook series of courses.,Experienced sketchers who want more information about how to add watercolor to their sketches.
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