In this work artist John Lidzey explains how to create mood and atmosphere in watercolours, by looking at the way colour and tone are affected by light at different times of the day and different situations. Lidzey provides a guide to choosing painting materials, and advice and step-by-step instructions on portraying light and shade effectively in still lifes, interiors, landscapes and cityscapes.
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Each title in the best-selling 'Learn to Paint' series is written by a professional working artist and offers the leisure painter a personal course of art instruction. Here 'John Lidzey' clearly describes all the basic techniques of painting light water-colour, and provides many practical exercises and step-by-step demonstration paintings.
• advice on material and equipment
• basic water-colour techniques
• exploring colour and tone
• portraying shadows and reflections
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