Mondays, October 11 - November 8, 2021 (4 weeks)
6:00 - 9:00 pm PDT
Instructor: AJ Power
This class includes the video recordings, which you will have access to for 30 days after the class (we've got your back if you can't attend the live class in person!).
Zoom link and instructions for joining the call will be emailed 1 day prior to class.
The class supply list is below and contains links to buy the supplies you need.
Wondering about adding color to your designs ideas? In this course, you will learn about mixing colors and the techniques behind making materials look like metal or stone. You will learn strategies for mixing color, brush techniques, and lighting angles to make your designs more thoughtful and inspiring. Countersketching (Drawing only) course or drawing/design experience is very helpful/recommended before taking this course.
Prerequisite. Previous drawing experience is highly recommended
Supply List for Students
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Watercolor paint kit (Amazon). If you are newish to watercolor, a smaller set is great. This will give you a wide color range.
- Brushes (Amazon). Brush shape can be important when it comes to painting, so have each of the following shapes in different sizes: Rounds (pointy tip) and Flats (squared tip). Having a filbert is helpful too.
- Watercolor sketchbook (Amazon). Can be small or large - I recommend 8.5 x 11 or similar. The higher the price of a sketchbook implies better paper. Watercolor paint responds best to watercolor paper and does not perform well on regular drawing paper.
- Erasers (Amazon). Kneaded, gum, and plastic.
- Pencils (Amazon). Must have at least a 2H and an HB. H (Hard) pencils make a light mark that is easy to hide in a watercolor painting.
- A vessel for water.
- Additional surfaces for mixing paint (a palette), such as a white ceramic plate.