Author(s): Charles Evans
Loaded with quick, simple and effective techniques for tackling any subject in watercolour pencils, from still life and landscapes to animals and people. Written in a clear and approachable style, this book is suitable for the beginner who will learn to create vibrant finished paintings they can hang on their walls in the quickest possible time. It includes exercises and projects for dry pencil, wet pencil, washes, fine details and using pens to enhance paintings. This is the second book from popular no-nonsense TV watercolourist Charles Evans.
Charles Evans is one of Britain's leading painters, well-known from his long-running TV series and for his art classes, which are run all over the UK. He demonstrates at events all over the UK for Daler-Rowney and runs several holiday courses each year. Charles lives in Morpeth, Northumberland.
Introduction; Tools and Techniques; Materials; Techniques; Sketching Tips; The Projects; Moorland; monochrome; woodlands and fields; flowers; autumn leaves; lake; pet dog; mallards; into the village; Dutch barn; church; boats in harbour; lighthouse; bridge; classical life study; people in Paris; moors and hills; Sketchbooks; Woodland and fields; lakes and rivers; Tuscan village; sea; landscape; buildings; Index.