You’ll Love This Watercolor Portrait Painting DVD If:
- You want to learn new watercolor painting tips for painting figures & amp; portraits
- You love using watercolor in order to paint portraits and you love to learn visually
- You want to learn portrait painting techniques straight from expert Mary Whyte
Don’t miss out on this master class from expert watercolor artist, Mary Whyte. Take a look inside her artist studio and hear her top tips and watercolor painting techniques for painting realistic, emotive portraits. From start to finish you’ll watch as Mary paints a watercolor portrait. Filled with great watercolor painting techniques and portrait painting tips, this DVD allows you to watch as a portrait comes together and hear from Mary herself as she discusses artist — model relationships and how to capture emotions.
Get inspirational painting advice on how to create a piece that is unique to you, realistic but also artistic. Make your mark as an artist while creating interesting portraits, figure drawings and more. This portrait painting DVD is great for all watercolor artists, beginner and expert.
In the Mastering Watercolor Portraiture with Mary Whyte DVD You’ll Learn:
- How to create a strong focal point, compose strong compositions and use a thumbnail sketch appropriately
- Portrait painting tips and techniques for how to paint hair, eyes, skintones, a mouth, an clothes that are realistic
- How to work with watercolor when painting multiple figures, painting a background and other great portrait tips
A Word From the Artist:
"Ultimately, the most important thing in a portrait painting is not the likeness, it's getting the character." — Mary Whyte
What Other Artist’s Are Saying:
"I became a fan of Mary Whyte after attending a watercolor workshop several years ago. What I learned at that workshop has inspired me to continue working to find my own voice in watercolor. I recently purchased the ’Mastering Watercolor Portraiture with Mary Whyte’ DVD. In the DVD, I found the same masterful teaching techniques that I had found in the workshop sessions. For those seeking a non-mechanical approach, Mary’s uninhibited, natural teaching style will leave you with a world of information and techniques that will enrich your own artistic knowledge base and leave you wanting to try them all." — Judy Stice
" I watched Mary Whyte's DVD first, and couldn’t wait to try her technique. She says it’s a sketch, but if I could do what she does on this video, I think I’d feel it was a finished portrait. She caught the model’s features but also his silent personality. I would love to see her make a DVD with what she would term a ’finished portrait’. I’d buy it in a heartbeat." — Therese