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Alwyn Crawshaw's Watercolour Painting Course.

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Pages: 136

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Collins: New edition edition (3 May 2005)

By: Alwyn Crawshaw (Author)

In this best-selling book well-known TV artist Alwyn Crawshaw helps the beginner to master the popular art of watercolour painting. All the essentials are covered in a comprehensive, practical course of 28 lessons.

Starting with the basics, readers are encouraged to work through each lesson in turn, enabling them to gradually improve their technique and gain in confidence. Alwyn explains each process clearly and offers advice and encouragement at every stage.

The book is divided into different sections, each dealing with a specific aspect of watercolour painting, such as how to get started, simple exercises, drawing, painting, working outdoors and using photographs. Within each section is a series of practical lessons covering all the basic watercolour methods and techniques, and including many simple exercises. There are also several step-by-step painting demonstrations, with clear and detailed instructions.

A wide variety of subjects is featured throughout the book, including still life, trees, water, skies, flowers, buildings, people, boats and animals, and a gallery of finished painting provides additional ideas and inspiration.


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