You will love this watercolor eBook if:
- You are interested in learning watercolor techniques
- You want to learn or improve your watercolor portrait painting skills
- You want to learn tips for painting backgrounds in your portraits
Capture soulful watercolor portraits with Realistic Watercolor Portraits by Suzanna Winton. While watercolor can be unpredictable, this book will help you embrace the challenges and succeed in portrait painting.
Author Suzanna Winton has formulated a method that is easy to understand and will help make the portrait painting process easy to achieve. Follow nine complete step-by-step demonstrations to build watercolor portraits with life and realism. Explore a range of ages, skin tones, facial features, hair colors and textures in each demonstration to master at your own pace. With this eBook as your guide you will achieve the portraits you’ve always dreamed of painting!
In Realistic Watercolor Portraits you’ll find:
- Tips for fixing mistakes without having to start over
- Techniques for capturing the textures of clothing and accessories
- In-depth information for painting realistic skin tones
- 160 pages of detailed full-color images
A Word for the Author
“Together, we will walk through the portrait painting demonstrations in this book, step by step. The subjects are all of different ages, male and female, with different skin tones. And I will share with you the tips I have learned over the years through trial and error. I hope this information will prepare you and provide you with the knowledge you need to make sound decisions about painting portraits.” -Suzanna Winton
About the Author
Suzanna Reese Winton has been studying and painting faces since 1994 when she began her studies at the Florida Art Center, although she started drawing much earlier-as soon as she could hold a crayon. Her paintings capture the personality and human history of each of her carefully chosen subjects. Since 1993, she has specialized in watercolor and practices her skills on a daily basis. Suzanna is also known for her watercolor painting instruction and jurying of art exhibitions. She has served on many boards and committees including the Florida Watercolor Society, the Thomasville Cultural Center Artist’s Guild Board, the Georgia Watercolor Society Exhibition Luncheon Committee, the Southern Watercolor Society Exhibition Awards Committee and the Tallahassee Watercolor Society Chairman of Exhibition.
She is a signature member of the Florida Watercolor Society, the Southern Watercolor Society and Watercolor West. Her work has been published in The Artist’s Magazine, American Artist, Watercolor Magic magazine, Splash 6 (North Light Books), and the Best of Watercolor 2000. She was also listed in The Artist’s Magazine, as an artist on the rise.
Tools and Supplies
Light-Skinned Blonde Girl
Dark-Skinned Brunette Girl
Light-Skinned Red-Haired Girl
Light-Skinned Brown-Haired Teen
Medium-Skinned Dark-Haired Man
Light-Skinned Dark-Haired Man
Medium-Skinned Woman with Highlights
Light-Skinned Medium-Haired Woman
Dark-Skinned Elderly Man