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Color Foundation 13: Expressive Watermedia Painting Demonstration Streaming Video

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Stephen Quiller shares his favorite watermedia techniques for expressive painting.


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Enjoy this final chapter on painting with expression from Stephen Quiller's Color Foundations video workshop series. You've heard it before, "Paint what you know;" well Steve agrees that doing so frees you from being hindered by the subject, and allows you to play and test your techniques. 

In this video, Steve opens his studio painting practices where he does just this, showing you how he paints from start to finish, guiding you through the steps to complete a watermedia painting using acrylic, watercolor and gouache. First you'll tone the paper with a warm acrylic underpainting of analogous color to allow for a vibrant glow that will stain the paper. Then start building the watercolor painting on top, using wet-into wet painting techniques with granulating pigments for texture and interest. Steve shares his favorite watercolor techniques, color mixing tips, value and shape patterns, and how to lift paint. And then learn how to paint with gouache as you finish with translucents and opaques for exciting results. 


In this art video you'll get tips on:

  • Color mixing and how to use color
  • How to paint with gouache
  • Acrylic painting tips
  • Watercolor lessons on wet-into-wet painting, glazing paint, lifting paint
  • Work with transparent and opaque paint


Preview Color Foundation with Stephen Quiller: Expressive Watermedia Painting Demonstration now and learn an acrylic painting tip for luminous results, how to layer watercolor on top of acrylic paint, brushwork and lifting techniques.

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