Last updated 3/2021
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Language: English | Size: 9.88 GB | Duration: 7h 36m
Learn the easy way to create watercolor portraits from any photograph!
What you'll learn
How to sketch and paint 6 different portraits, based on 6 reference photos.
How to use the grid technique to transfer a photo of a portrait onto watercolor paper.
How to quickly draw faces from a reference photograph freehand.
How to paint subjects in various poses and lighting conditions.
How to draw a portrait in pencil using two simple methods.
How to layer paints to add color and details.
My two step process in painting a watercolor portrait - keeping colors fresh and vibrant.
How to use essential watercolour techniques in the context of portraiture, such as wet-in-wet and wet-on-dry.
How to determine a light source, and the correct use of values in painting.
What essential paints, paper, brushes and drawing materials you will need.
I'm Darren from Watercolour Mentor and I'd like to welcome you to 'How to Paint Watercolor Portraits'!Portrait painting is challenging! Especially challenging for beginners. By the end of this class, you will be able to easily turn any photograph into a realistic portrait with my portrait painting process and be able to show off your vibrant portraits to your friends and family!I'm going to simplify the portrait painting process for you by showing you:How to sketch and paint 6 different portraits, based on 6 reference photos.How to use the grid technique to transfer a photo of a portrait onto watercolor paper.How to quickly draw faces from a reference photograph freehand.How to paint subjects in various poses and lighting conditions.How to draw a portrait in pencil using two simple methods.How to layer paints to add color and details.My two step process in painting a watercolor portrait - keeping colors fresh and vibrant.How to use essential watercolour techniques in the context of portraiture, such as wet-in-wet and wet-on-dry.How to determine a light source, and the correct use of values in painting.What essential paints, paper, brushes and drawing materials you will need.Class Activityart 1ick two or more of the portraits shown in this class, and try to paint each portrait demonstrated by following along with the demonstration. Try to spend as much time as possible on the drawing until you are happy with how it looks. If you're feeling adventurous, how about changing some of the facial features or trying some different color combinations?Part 2:Find a reference photograph of a person whom you'd like to paint - consider trying to paint a family member or a loved one as you will be more familiar with their facial details and feel a personal connection towards the subject. Using the techniques and processes shown in this class, transfer the reference photo over to your sketchbook or watercolor paper, and paint with watercolor. Upload your project to this class! I will provide feedback and answer any questions posted in the discussions and projects.This is a feature packed class, and I have included many demonstrations to provide you more opportunities to learn how to paint different subjects.So if you're ready to boost your portraiture skills, join me in this class and let's have some fun!Note: all reference photographs, painting scans and pencil sketches are included under the 'Materials Required' lecture.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction: What will I get from this course?
Lecture 2 Materials Required
Section 2: Step 1: Drawing your Portrait
Lecture 3 Drawing Portraits: Gridding Lesson
Lecture 4 Drawing Portraits: Freehand Drawing Lesson
Section 3: Step 2: Painting Your Portraits in Watercolor
Lecture 5 Ballerina - Part 1
Lecture 6 Ballerina - Part 2
Lecture 7 Ballerina - Part 3
Lecture 8 Portrait 2 - Part 1
Lecture 9 Portrait 2 - Part 2
Lecture 10 Portrait 2 - Part 3
Lecture 11 Portrait 3
Lecture 12 Portrait 4
Lecture 13 Portrait 5 - Part 1
Lecture 14 Portrait 5 - Part 2
Lecture 15 Portrait 6 - Part 1
Lecture 16 Portrait 6 - Part 2
Students learning watercolor portraiture,Students learning watercolor,Beginner watercolor students
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