Join Julie's step by step demonstration inspired by her travels to Marrakech.
Completed in 1603 El Badi Palace was once quite beautiful and although it is now a crumbling ruin it still retains it's charm, with the added light and shade effects.
In this video demonstration you will learn how to :-
*Interpret light and shade
*Mix colours using a limited palette
*Build up washes of colour wet on dry
*Produce variegated washes using wet on wet techniques
*Build confidence to approach a subject matter and using Julie's guidance create your own interpretation.
Please send in your finished painting to the Student Gallery. We love to see the results!
Cadmium yellow pale
Raw sienna or Yellow ochre
Winsor blue (green shade)
Indigo or Payne's grey
I have used:-
Size 4 and 6 round (Da Vinci Maestro sable series 35)or alternative make
Da Vinci mop brush size 4 or alternative large brush for wetting the paper
Flat 1/2 " brush (Prolene by Pro Arte)
Pebeo Masking fluid plus small old brush or tip of a feather
Approx A3 size 140lb NOT (a slight texture) Fabriano Artistico Extra White or Bockingford paper
Finished painting approx 33 x 23 cms