In this course, you will :
- Different compositions and illuminations will be used to create your watercolour portrait, and he will teach you how to modify it with your tablet or computer to obtain a variety of tones that will aid in the painting process.
- An introduction to the various materials available, as well as basic concepts of proportion and volume of the head, forehead, and face, in order to begin drawing.
- By creating flat inks and spheres, you will enter the world of colour in watercolour, learning concepts of lighting, volume, and colour.
- Learn the difference between using dry or wet watercolour, as well as the various colour mixing techniques.
- Learn more about colour concepts and the different types of gradients you can create.
- Try using a grid system to transfer an image to paper. Following that, you will learn how to work with the grizzly.
- How to enter warm colours to match the colour of the portrait, as well as how to create colour overlays
- You will see how to apply the colour of the nexus that serves to unify warm and cold tones, as well as opaque or semi-opaque layers to clean and introduce deeper tones.
- You will be able to know the complete process of the realization of a work: the choice and realization of photography, drawing and, of course, the use of color in watercolor.
1. Basic Materials and Techniques
- Basic proportions of the head
- The technique and color in watercolor
2. Drawing and color: greyhound exercise for carnations
- The drawing process
- The grizzly
- Warm colors
- Nexus color and adjustment layer
3. Applying the method: Portrait
- Choice and manipulation of photography
- First spots
- Defining face
- Solving problems
4. Artistic watercolor portrait