At 3:30pm (UK time) on Thu 6th August 2020, join Tim for a live and exclusive 2-3hr workshop to learn how capture light in line and wash by painting 'Oaks Cottage, Loughrigg' in watercolour. There are a limited number of places available.
In this Masterclass, aimed at all abilities, you will be exploring how to turn a low key photograph into an interesting and exciting painting using ink line work combined with a limited palette of watercolours.
During this session we will learn how to create a light direction and produce cast shadows to enhance a subject to its best possible advantage. As a slight change to the original, I will show you how to add a flock of sheep coming down the lane. If time allows we will also be exploring brush techniques with a view to developing different foliage styles and shapes.
Select from a number of option in the dropdown below:
• STANDARD gets you entry to the Live Masterclass at the time & date above. See materials list below.
• PREMIUM gets you the above PLUS access to the video of the Masterclass after the event at a discount of over 30% compared to buying separately.
• ULTIMATE gets you the above PLUS a video or phone critique by the artist at a discount of 20% from buying separately.
For the masterclass session, you'll receive:
• A reference photo and reference painting to use during the workshop.
• Tim will be sharing a lot of the tips and tricks that have helped him as a professional artist.
Watercolour paints (preferably tubes)
- French ultramarine blue (equivalent colour Cobalt blue)
- Primary yellow (equivalent colours, cadmium yellow, lemon yellow)
- French vermillion (equivalent colour Alizarin crimson)
- Yellow ochre (equivalent colour raw sienna)
- Jacksons pure squirrel mop size 6 or any squirrel with a round 6mm ferrule
- Size 8 round brush (nylon or synthetic)
- Size 12 round brush (nylon or synthetic)
- 3/4” flat brush (nylon or synthetic)
- Watercolour paper 11”x15” not surface, 300gms Bockingford, Arches, Saunders Waterford or any surface you are familiar with. Plus a spare piece for tree practice
- Drawing board that can be tilted (books or blocks can be placed under the edge)
- 3B pencil
- Water container
- Watercolour palette
- Kitchen roll
- Masking tape
- Bottle of white FW acrylic ink or equivilent
- Fine waterproof drawing pen eg. Pitt artist Pen. (Test for waterproofness before the workshop)