You’ll Love This Watercolor Landscape eBook If:
- You love working in watercolor and want to try landscapes
- You want to learn basic watercolor techniques while creating special landscapes
- You love learning how to paint landscapes along with Jack Reid
Watercolor your way to beautiful landscapes with this exciting eBook from noted artist Jack Reid. Learn how to paint water, mountains, skies & more with this fun and easy guide to landscape painting. Pick up essential watercolor painting tips, techniques and tricks as you practice more than 30 start to finish demonstrations along with Jack Reid.
His "Quick Start Guide" helps you understand basic terms, materials and exercises. Get great advice for painting outdoors or working from reference photos in your studio. This eBook focuses on showing you how to make painting landscapes easy with helpful watercolor painting lessons. Start seeing the natural world around you like an artist & creating unique watercolor paintings. Learn how to paint a landscape
right on your computer or tablet with this easily downloadable PDF format.
In the Watercolor for the Fun of It: Easy Landscapes eBook You’ll Learn:
- How to paint essential landscape elements including water, mountains, skies & more
- Basic watercolor painting techniques, terms, materials and exercises
- How to paint complete landscapes with 30 step-by-step demonstrations
A Word From the Author:
"This book offers simple ways for your to paint in watercolor no matter where you find yourself in this increasingly stressful and complicated world. In addition to simplifying the equipment, the chapters are broken down into simple subjects that make up all landscapes such as water, trees, mountains, skies, buildings and textures! Follow along with the step-by-step demonstrations and enjoy great results, even if you are a novice." — Jack Reid
Check Out This Excerpt From Watercolor for the Fun of It: Easy Landscapes:
Unlock the Secret of Values
Value is an important concept to learn. Simply put, it’s the strength or intensity of a color. The higher the value, the more intense the color. You can reduce the value of a color by adding more water. Add more pigment to increase the value.
A finished painting works not so much because of the colors you painted, but because of the values of each color painted. The value of a color is more important than the actual color. By controlling the value, you control contrast and depth, which gives the finished painting perspective.
I have shown a value scale (in book) with four intensities of color. It doesn’t matter how many value levels a scale has; it merely illustrates the idea that every color has a range of values from light to dark.
The concept of value will become more clear as you progress through the demonstrations in this book. You can also get a jump start by painting one on your own using the value scale as a reference. Remember to take your time and make sure there is an even progression between each of the values on the scale. These books are presented in PDF format and are viewable on both MACs and PCs with Adobe Acrobat, a free program.
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