The Watercolor Workshop – Watercolor Pencils Part 1

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“The Watercolor Workshop” is a video course on watercolor painting designed for beginner and intermediate artists. The goal of this course is to provide the learner with a rich learning experience through "easy to digest" modules consisting of video demonstrations and accompanying ebooks.

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Description: Part one of a two-part series on drawing and painting with watercolor pencils. In this module, we look at the characteristics of watercolor pencils and begin a painting of an orchid.

Suggested Materials: 140 lb. Cold press watercolor paper, watercolor paints (Yellow Ochre, Gamboge Hue), paper towel, nylon brushes, watercolor pencils, liquid masking fluid, masking tape. *Cotman tube watercolors and Derwent Watercolor Pencils are used.

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The Watercolor Workshop – Watercolor Pencils Part 1 — 9 Comments

    • Hi Karen,

      You may download a SD (standard definition) or HD (high definition) version of the video. Each file is the same video, just a different file size and quality. High definition has the best quality, but the file size is larger.

  1. i started doing a watercolor pencil drawing on youtube with you. It said to get the complete version I could get these modules. Now that I bought it I cant find the landscape drawing?? It has a barn in it with numerous trees in the background. How do i find it?

  2. hey Matt,
    not sure if you are still monitoring this module…I used windsor & newton masking fluid on 100 lb cold press paper. the paper tore a bit & my very carefully done drawing of the orchid disappeared with the masking removal! don’t recall that happening when I did your simple scene of birch trees in the snow (which came out great, thank you!) is the paper the problem? I am going to redraw & ignore the worn spot.
    julie

  3. Awesome book! I’m liking the books much more than the videos… I will probably watch them later, but I’ve found that if I can read something, I can make sense of it. Not always possible with a video.

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