A practical guide which pinpoints over 70 of the popular landscape subjects which often cause artists problems and provides easy-to-use solutions for painting them with confidence. Artist and instructor Zoltan Szabo presents a collection of effective watercolour techniques he has devised for painting specific subjects. From showing how to apply paint to create a misty landscape or radiant sunset, to using a knife blade to create cobwebs and salt to give the appearance of falling snow, these simple tips aims to help watercolourist to paint realistic scenes of strength. Step-by-step demonstrations are included, illustrating exactly how to apply the techniques learnt. The book also provides an introduction to the medium of watercolour including tools and equipment, colour theory, creating dynamic compositions, painting water and other watercolour techniques. Points are conveyed using annotated painted sketches, a gallery of finished watercolour paintings, plus "brush-in-hand" photography.
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Zoltan Szabo was born in Hungary and now resides in the United States of America. He travels acros the country giving workshops and seminars on watercolour painting. He is the author of several books including Zoltan Szabo's Color-by-Color Guide to Watercolor/Zoltan Szabos's Watercolor Techniques.
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Descripción DAVID & CHARLES PLC. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110715305476