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Introduction to Watercolor with Sheldon Borenstein

Introduction to Watercolor
Explore Drawing and Painting with Different Mediums! Learn the planning process and characteristics of watercolors

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Instructor
Sheldon Borenstein
Subjects
Painting
Topics
Tools and Materials
Mediums
Paper, Watercolor
Duration
1h 14m 29s

In this lesson, you will explore watercolor, a beautiful yet surprisingly challenging medium to control. Instructor Sheldon Borenstein guides you through the fundamentals of this medium, in order to help you better plan your painting process.

This lesson belongs to the course Introduction to Materials. In this 8-week course, Sheldon Borenstein shares his experience as a professional artist to help you better understand the uses of major drawing and painting media. He gives demonstrations on the same subjects, using different mediums like graphite, charcoal, markers, and many more, in order to compare and contrast their characteristics. After completing the course, you will have a general understanding of the most popular art mediums.

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.
We have included a materials list as recommendation only. If you cannot find a specific material in your area, use the closest equivalent available to you. Doing so will allow you to have the best possible learning outcome from this course. For help with finding alternative materials, including how to take this course with digital tools, please join our community Discord.

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