Spending hours or even days on a watercolour painting can lead to dull, muddy results. But a surefire way to keep your paintings loose and fresh is to work quickly! In this informative, 64-page book, accomplished artist Paul Talbot-Greaves proves that painting in watercolour doesn’t have to be an all day event. In fact, an impressive landscape scene can be created in just 30 minutes or less, which Paul demonstrates in 27 step-by-step lessons. To discourage you from overworking your paintings, the author breaks down each lesson into short blocks of time, indicating how many minutes should be spent on each stage. In addition, he provides practical information on tone, colour, pattern, light and more, so you can improve your skills and develop your artist’s eye.
96 pages. Paperback.
Size: 24 x 16.5 cm (Published by Walter Foster, USA)