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In this lesson, instructor George Pratt will teach you the materials and techniques for creating illustrations in watercolors. First, you will learn the traditional method of handling watercolor, working from light to dark. Then, George will show you how to prepare your paper for the following session, where you will be working with watercolor in a reductive method.
This lesson belongs to the course Rendering Techniques for Illustration and Sequential Art. In this 5-week course, George Pratt will teach you a diverse range of techniques to use in your sequential art. You will be introduced to the importance of mark-making and experimenting when creating illustrations. George will demonstrate how to work with acrylic and watercolor to add complexity to your artwork. Throughout this course, you will learn the value of exploring different techniques, and from there, be able to express yourself in your sequential art practice.
Throughout this course, you’ll have access to the NMA community for feedback and critiques to improve your work as you progress.
You do not need to purchase specific materials to take this course.
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