Line and Wash: Still Life - Part 2

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Lesson Description

Part 2 of a series on creating a still life with line and wash. In part 2, we develop the watercolor washes.

Lesson Materials

140 lb hot press watercolor paper, watercolor paints, nylon round brushes, and water.

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Lesson Discussion

  1. This was an excellent lesson. Although I didn’t love the subject, I understand why it was chosen. I work in miniature so the finished piece measures 8x6cm. I used the dotting technique on the antlers as they were so small.
    Thanks Matt. I’m really enjoying your lessons. You have a new member. 🥰

  2. I am doing mine without the lines in the upper background. I think that doing the dark background in just a watercolor wash looks better. Another important note. It was not available when you filmed this module, but Windsor Newton and Utreich both have cadmium free versions of their cadmium rad yellow and orange. I don’t think that the Windsor Newton cadmium free yellow is exactly the same as the cadmium version. However if you have kids around, the cadmium free versions are safer.

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