Light and Shade in Watercolour PDF ePub eBook

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Light and Shade in Watercolour free pdf This is a new title in Collins' best-selling Learn to Paint series, by popular artist Hazel Soan, focusing on one of the most important aspects of painting -- how to portray light, atmosphere and mood in watercolour paintings. All painters want to know how to portray light successfully to create atmospheric and dramatic effects, and this book will look at a number of ways in which this can be achieved -- using specific watercolour techniques, creating highlights, using colour to determine mood and atmosphere, exploring the relationship between light and tone. Hazel Soan is one of the most popular of all teachers and in this book she provides invaluable guidelines for beginners to enable them to paint watercolours that are vibrant and full of life and light. With clear instructions, plenty of helpful llustrations and several step-by-step demonstration paintings, the book covers everything the beginner needs to know to paint successful light-filled watercolours.C ONTENTS Portrait of an Artist Painting Light and Shade Materials Valuing Tone Seeing the Light Paint and Brushstrokes Highlights and Shadows Composing the Picture Perfecting the Shade Demo 1: In the Red Corner Demo 2: In the Olive Grove Demo 3: Mary in the Morning Light Demo 4: Paved with Gold

About Hazel Soan

Hazel Soan is a successful artist with an international reputation. She divides her studio time between London and Cape Town, exhibits her work widely, and her paintings can be found in collections worldwide. She is the author of 7 books on painting, regularly contributes to art magazines, and runs very popular painting holidays. She was an Art Expert on Channel 4's Watercolour Challenge and has made a number of other radio and TV appearances both in the UK and abroad.

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Author : Hazel Soan
Publisher : Collins
Data Published : 03 September 2007
ISBN : 0007248946
EAN : 9780007248940
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 64 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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