This book is based on Don Harrison’s successful video of the same name, voted top seller in the Artists’ Choice Book Club and Leisure Painter magazine.
Despite the wealth of advice on watercolour painting already available, the same practical problems seem to crop up over and over again. In Watercolour Troubleshooter Don looks at many of the common pitfalls that amateur artists experience when painting landscapes in this very popular medium, and provides clear, straightforward solutions.
Fully illustrated and written in an easy-to-follow and entertaining style, the book includes:
Many of the most common painting problems, with simple – and sometimes innovative – suggestions for overcoming them
• Useful tips and troubleshooting ideas
• Practical advice on a wide range of topics – from planning your approach to painting the various elements of the landscape successfully
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In 'Watercolour Troubleshooter' Don Harrison will help you to get more out of your painting by showing you how to overcome many of the common painting problems that watercolour painters often experience.
Watercolour is a wonderfully expressive medium, offering painters endless opportunities for portraying their subjects in many different ways – but it is also an unpredictable medium, and learning to master it can often prove quite a challenge. Despite the wealth of advice on watercolour painting already available, the same practical problems seem to crop up over and over again, perhaps because many amateur painters do not fully understand why things go wrong in the first place.
In 'Watercolour Troubleshooter' Don Harrison aims to provide the explanations that artists are looking for. He considers many of the more common pitfalls that amateur painters experience when painting in this popular medium and provides clear, straightforward – and sometimes innovative – solutions. Using a question and answer approach, he offers practical advice on a wide range of topics, from planning your painting and choosing the right materials to portraying the various elements of the landscape successfully.
Written in an easy-to-follow and entertaining style, 'Watercolour Troubleshooter' will be invaluable to beginners, in particular, but it also contains many useful tips for more experienced painters. By combining problem-solving with plenty of encouragement, Don Harrison offers painters of all standards the key to achieving their true potential and to enjoying their painting more.
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Book Description COLLINS, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 4129849