Painting Loose Watercolour - Susie Murphie

Painting Loose Watercolour - Susie Murphie

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You will learn how to get watercolour onto paper in a quality way that will look wonderful… minimal brushstrokes, with maximum watercolour magic. 

Learn how to use a limited palette. Learn how to mix colours in a foolproof subtle way that immediately adds confidence your work. 

Learn how to control tone with correct paint mixing. No glazing. Just high impact watercolour painting. 

Learn not to be afraid of using a lot of water. 

Learn to be loose!

Watercolour experience required.

Materials List

Six Windsor & Newton professional tube paints…

  • French Ultramarine
  • Cerulean Blue
  • Quinacridone Magenta
  • Quinacridone Gold
  • Raw Sienna
  • Burnt Sienna

Large round pointed brushes (I use sizes 12-18 bought from the craft department of Bunnings for under $5 each).

White mixing plates… melamine, or china. Not plastic! $2 shops sell the melamine ones for around $3.

A3 and A4 watercolour paper bought from an art shop (plenty of other paper about that promises everything and is a waste of money).

Pencil. Not too hard, not too soft. 2B or thereabouts.

Rubber.

Rag or old piece of towel (paper towels are not enough).

Large water container that cannot be knocked over.