Watercolour Pencils and Pigment Bars

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Course description

The watercolour pencil offers the best of both worlds - both wet and dry medium in one! Art background or not, be guided with ease through a great variety of creative alternatives using this two-dimensional medium.

In easy-to-follow steps, this introductory course covers three components:

  • Creating imagery onto wet paper,
  • drawing the image, using colour pencils
  • and then adding a water component to vary the imagery.

Discovering unique options such as spatter colour combinations, embossing, burnishing and ink applications. These techniques will be demonstrated and readily available to explore during the workshop.

Explore the basics of how to approach colour, while rendering images using various mark-making techniques using multiple watercolour pencils.

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