The New Encyclopedia of Watercolour Techniques

Author: Hazel Harrison

Publisher: Search

ISBN:

Category: Watercolor painting

Page: 144

View: 442

Everything you ever wanted to know about watercolour is here, including many different techniques that can be used, materials, how to capture light, atmosphere, detail and much more. Step-by-step photography offers demonstrations of more than 35 techniques.

The New Encyclopedia of Watercolor Techniques

Author: Diana Craig

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Watercolor painting

Page: 144

View: 110

A comprehensive visual guide to traditional and contemporary watercolour painting techniques. A complete guide to watercolour techniques - from preparation to textures, washes, lifting out, glazing and more. A comprehensive collection of techniques plus clear instructions and step-by-step photographs and artwork diagrams.

The Encyclopedia of Watercolor Techniques

Author: Hazel Harrison

Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Watercolor painting

Page: 192

View: 975

Presents a guide to watercolor painting as well as examples by watercolor artists that show how the different techniques can be used.

The Encyclopedia of Watercolor Techniques for Landscape

Author: Hazel Soan

Publisher: Sterling Publishing (NY)

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 176

View: 229

Step-by-step photographs and text teach watercolorists techniques for painting the most popular landscape subjects, including such elements often found in landscapes as clouds, grass, and rain.

The Encyclopedia of Watercolor Techniques

Author: Hazel Harrison

Publisher: Running PressBook Pub

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 192

View: 688

Step-by-step photographs and text teach watercolorists forty different watercolor techniques, and offer tips on choosing materials, viewing a potential subject, and applying techniques appropriately

The Encyclopedia of Watercolour Techniques

Author: Hazel Harrison

Publisher: Search Press Limited

ISBN:

Category: Watercolor painting

Page: 192

View: 809

Watercolour is an enormously popular painting medium and an increasing number of artists are choosing it in preference to other mediums, exploiting it in inventive and creative ways for every possible subject. This book covers the subject of watercolour in the broad sense of the term, suggesting ways of working with gouache and acrylic as well as explaining the time-honoured technique associated with transparent watercolour.

The Encyclopedia of Acrylic Techniques

Author: Hazel Harrison

Publisher: Search PressLtd

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 175

View: 939

Provides descriptions and step-by-step instructions for techniques to use when working with acrylic paints, and analyzes how artists have used the material to compose paintings.

The Encyclopedia of Watercolour Landscape Techniques

A Comprehensive A-z Directory of Techniques, With an Inspirational Gallery of Finished Works

Author: Hazel Soan

Publisher: Search PressLtd

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 176

View: 788

Containing dozens of different landscapes, this comprehensive reference includes the necessary, detailed information and techniques for artists of all skill levels to master landscape painting. Beginning artists are instructed on fundamental methodologies, while more advanced painters receive exposure to the various ways to approach a subject. A gallery of paintings that cover a variety of landscape subjects is provided and includes clouds, cliffs, bridges, and sunsets. An invaluable resource, this sourcebook will delight artists interested in learning or honing their craft of painting landscapes.

The Encyclopedia of Scrapbooking Tools & Techniques

Author: Susan Pickering Rothamel

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN:

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 320

View: 859

This A-to-Z encyclopedia contains every technique, every major designer, every scrapbook possibility—and it’s all described in glossary style, complete with photos and tips that no scrapbooker can do without. Exciting page layouts with how-to instructions, offer inspiration, while dozens of projects come from the most creative minds in the field, including Andrea Grossman (Mrs. Grossman’s Paper Company); Rhonda Anderson (Creative Memories); Bridgette Server (Making Memories); and Dee Gruenig. Eye-opening studio set shots present decorations and accessories, while charts, graphs, and blocked sections supply necessary information.

The Watercolor Artist's Handbook

The Essential Reference for the Practicing Artist

Author: Marylin Scott

Publisher: Chartwell Books

ISBN:

Category: Art

Page: 192

View: 843

Watercolor is a wonderful medium, but it does sometimes seem to have a "mind of its own," refusing to do quite what is required. The keys to success are good planning, constant practice and a thorough understanding of your materials, so if you are new to painting, start by trying out some of the techniques and projects in this book as well as experimenting with different color mixes and types of paper.