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Perspective Demonstration: Gouache Painting of a Castle with Sheldon Borenstein

Perspective Demonstration: Gouache Painting of a Castle
Learn Free-Hand Perspective for Drawing and Painting Use opaque watercolor to sketch complex buildings and forms

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Instructor
Sheldon Borenstein
Subjects
Art Theory, Painting
Topics
Environment Illustration, Perspective
Mediums
Gouache, Watercolor
Duration
36m 57s

In this lesson, instructor Sheldon Borenstein continues his perspective series by showing you how to apply the fundamentals of perspective to a gouache watercolor demonstration of a castle. Sheldon will show you a direct and loose approach to applying principles of perspective, color, composition, and technique. We recommend you first watch Sheldon’s perspective lessons before viewing this demo.

Materials

  • Strathmore 500 Series Charcoal Paper – Storm Grey
  • Sennelier Aqua Mini French Watercolor Set
  • Paper Towel
  • Coinesseur Protégé Travel Paint Brush – #7 Round
Beginner Friendly
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