Module III

In this last module we will get to know the watercolor and its materials and see how it works. After that we will be able to finish our final illustration using watercolor.

Knowing Watercolor

Paper suggestions:

Hahnemuhle Fine Texture 300g / m2

XL spiral aquarelle block

Canson Montval (cellulose)

Canson Moulin Du Roy

Arches

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Brush Suggestions:

Cotman Winsor & Newton

Keramik

Daler Rowney

Squirrel fur

Waterbrush Caran D'ache (but any brand is worth it)

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Watercolor metal case 48 colors from Lukas with various professional paints. Suggested brands: Winsor & Newton, Sennelier, Talens Van Gogh, Schmincke, Rosemary & Co, Pestilento

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Other materials:

Ecoline

Blue Ribbon

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Attention: I have a discount code at Lukas , a German brand with representation in Brazil. With them you can find more basic materials like ultra professionals! Super recommended! Who was from São Paulo, it is worth visiting the stock.

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ERRATA: in the video I said that the natural bristle brush was Schmincke, but this is the brand. The correct one is Kolinsky's bristles.

Basic Watercolor Techniques

Result of the watercolor techniques I presented in this class.

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Materials used in this class:

System3 round brush Daler Rowney size 8

Britannia Hahnemuhle Paper 300g / m²

Watercolor metal case 48 colors from Lukas with various professional paints. Suggested brands: Winsor & Newton, Sennelier, Talens Van Gogh, Schmincke, Rosemary & Co, Pestilento

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Access the extra content to watch a video demonstration of how to transfer the drawing to the watercolor paper

Final project

This is a more contemplative video, where I give tips on how to paint with watercolor and the steps, and show my painting from beginning to end.

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Kelsey Beckett

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How to store your work:

When storing your work, be careful with exposure to the sun and humidity, but keep it in an airy place so as not to mold (after it is dry). When you finish your watercolor, you can leave it for a few hours or a few days under a large, heavy book so that the leaf returns to its natural shape, without ripples.

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You can also use protective varnish in spray , gloss or matte. Do not use with a brush, as the watercolor is very sensitive and can stain or smudge. These varnishes have anti-mold protection, so it is super interesting to consider this alternative if you do not have an appropriate place to store paper and its works.

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