In this first paperback edition of Watercolour Troubleshooter, well-known artist-teacher Don Harrison looks at many of the common pitfalls that amateur artists experience when painting landscapes in this very popular medium, and provides clear, straightforward solutions.
Despite the wealth of advice on watercolour painting available, the same practical problems seem to crop up over and over again. Don Harrison’s problem solver provides invaluable solutions and this has led to its popularity (over 60,000 copies of the hardback sold worldwide to date).
Fully illustrated and written in an easy-to-follow and entertaining style, the book includes:
• Many of the most common painting problems, with simple – and often innovative – suggestions for overcoming them
• Useful tips and troubleshooting ideas
• Practical advice on a wide range of topics – from planning your approach to painting the various elements of the landscape successfully
Practical Solutions to common painting problems
Watercolour is a wonderfully expressive medium but learning to master it can prove challenging. Many amateur painter encounter the same practical problems time and time again.
In Watercolour Troubleshooter Don Harrison considers all the common pitfalls and provides straightforward and often innovative solutions. Using an entertaining and easy-to-follow question and answer style, he offers practical advice on a wide range of topics.
Invaluable for beginners, but also full of tips for the more experienced painter, Watercolour Troubleshooter offers painters pf all standards the key to achieving their true potential, and to enjoying their painting more.
Don Harrison is an established and successful artist who regularly holds workshops, art classes and seminars. He contributes to the Leisure Painter magazine and is the author of The Duffer's Guide Painting Watercolour Landscapes, also published by Collins. In addition, he has produced his own series of very successful instructional painting videos, including one which accompanies this book.
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Descripción HarperCollins UK, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110007163908