Watercolour Landscapes with Jonathan Newey
Friday 29th May 2020
2pm – 6pm
This is an afternoon workshop that will give you the tools and knowledge to sketch Landscapes and Architecture with Pen and Watercolour wash.
Using photographs supplied by Jonathan, you will learn how to sketch trees, skies, buildings in the landscape and architectural features and details. Techniques shown will include how to use the pen both before and after the wash, colour mixing, texture, shadows, painting with a limited palette and how to sketch quick and loosely with the pen.
By the end of the day you will have produced a selection of sketches to take home and have enough new knowledge to be able to create many, many more!
Ideal for beginners and students with some knowledge of the medium.
Tools and materials required:
1 x A4 or equivalent pad of ‘Not’ surface watercolour paper 140lb/300gsm
(‘Not’ refers to the surface texture of the paper and is also known as CP (cold pressed) or Bockingford)
1 x size 10 or 12 round watercolour brush.
1 x size 2 or 4 round watercolour brush.
Watercolour paint, either tubes or pans.
If bringing tubes then you will need 1 white mixing palette or china plate
I recommend the following as a basic set of colours to bring:
Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, Cadmium Yellow Pale, Alizarin Crimson
1 x waterproof black pigment ink sketching pen. I recommend either of the following makes:
Edding Profipen, Pilot DR drawing pen, Pigma Micron, Faber Castell Pitt artists pen
Nib size: .02, .03, .04 or .05
1 x water receptacle (jam jar or plastic container)
Kitchen roll, 2B pencil, eraser.
The above list is a basic set of tools and materials required when attending the workshop. You may bring other tools and materials such as different brushes, paper and colours that you are more familiar with.
Age 17+ (no exceptions)
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
If you have any questions specifically about this Workshop, please email the tutor directly: Jonathan Newey
Pen & Watercolour Landscapes & Architecture with Jonathan Newey
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