Tag: watercolor

Portrait paintings – 30 Faces 30 Days: days 1 to 5

I am participating to Sktchy Art School’s 30 Faces/30 Days – Watercolor & Gouache course (https://shop.sktchy.com/). Figured it is a nice challenge to try different kind of techniques shown by other artists and to consistently practice, with already decided references 😀 (maybe I should do the earlier drawing challenge later also.. but this is now

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Watercolor painting – portrait practice

Another watercolor portrait, with only watercolor pencils! I challenged myself not to use any pan or tube watercolors on this one, I was to only use my Albrecht Dürer watercolor pencils. So a bit different approach was needed. I shaded first some color areas with the pencils and then used wet brush and blended the

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Watercolor painting – portrait practice

A watercolor portrait painting for a change. I was aiming to do this on a bit better paper than my usual quite inexpensive Canson sheets that I use for random trials and study pieces, but it turned out this paper was maybe even worse.. 😀 I have used this Daler & Rowney Smooth-Heavyweight (220GSM) paper

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Watercolor painting – Still life

Painting course started again this year. We managed to have one class at University during January but now we are back to zoom/meet lessons. Topic for the weekend was still life. We had some fruits assembled in the middle of class room and it was to be painted in watercolor and as a more life

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Self portraits – the mask 2020

I already did one self portrait for this year, thus as we had portraiture, self portraits as topic in studies, I decided to now portray myself in a mask. Since masks are used during our studies currently and I wear one in any public places I go. We had to use large A2 sheets to

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