What happens when you combine two different medias - an easy and enjoyable technique that results in a vibrant life-like painting?
The first step is to paint a flat, one color simple shape which becomes the under-painting. Then applying, by layering and blending, wax based colored pencils. The combination creates a glowing painting with life-like depth and dimensionality. Demonstrations and step-by-step instruction, as well as specimens enhance the afternoon workshop. No previous experience in either watercolor or colored pencils is needed.
This is a 1 session class on November 1 at 9:30 am-12:30 pm
Please enter through the Business Entrance on Conservatory Road. Supplies: A small pad of either: Strathmore Bristol, Series 300, heavy weight, smooth surface or Stonehenge Vellum finish 1 Watercolor round brush, # 4 or #6 Mixing Pallette Graphite pencil, pencil sharpener Water container A set of Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils, 24 or 48 count set. (Packaged in a black tin box.) Do not buy Prismacolor Scholar Set. A small bsic set of tube or pan watercolors or your collection if you have previous watercolor experience.