Recording of workshop is available
How many times have you got your breath taken by the beauty of sea waves? And how many times you wanted to paint sails, light and colors of the surface? All these sailing ropes, fishing tackle. You can almost hear cries on seagulls by now, right?
But how many times have you tried to acquire just the right technique to get the results you wanted? That is exactly the answer that you will find here!
Julia Barminova is a watercolor artist that visited more than 50 different port cities over the world looking for new seascapes and inspiration. And on April 11th she will start broadcasting her first online workshop in English. How to get the best image of water, the spirit of port and all the nuances of watercolor technique will be the main topics of this online class.
The most important part is that you will learn to paint water effectively not only in studio but also outside in your travels and on pleinairs.
– Introduction of the materials: paper, brushes and paints;
– Analysing the important watercolour aspects, which are necessary for depiction of water using the technique La Prima;
– Several levels of gradation of the sea complicity; variety of reflections, search for light and contrasts;
– What you should pay attention, when choosing the subject and how to look for the life model in the port and the seaside;
– Watercolor work in genre “Seascape” in 4 parts: waves, reflections, sailboats and background;
WE BEGIN 11th APRIL AT 2 PM (GMT+3)
London, United Kingdom 12:00 BST
Beijing, China 19:00 CST
Sydney, Australia 21:00 AEST
14:00 Introduction of the materials
14:30 Introduction of watercolor technique and exercises
15:00 Pencil drawing
15:30 Watercolor: waves, reflections
18:00 Watercolor: sailboats and background
19:00 Review uploaded works
Win the prize from Royal Talens
Have a chance to get one of these three Van Gogh watercolor pockets from Royal Talens: «Metallic & interference», «Basic colours» or «Pink & Violets». All of them with 12 colors in half pans.
HOW TO ENTER:
- Watch the workshop;
- Post your sea and sails work on Instagram till April 21th, tag @royaltalens, @juliabarminova @lectoroom.eng and use #lectoroominspire;
- Winners will be chosen on April 23th by Julia Barminova.
100% cotton paper 300gr FIN (not rough or satin)
Recommended sheet size 28x38cm or 31x41cm
I like Arches Grain Fin 300gr or Winsor&Newton Grain Fin 300gr
Big round squirrel brush – size 6-8; smaller round synthetic brushes with sharp point – size 4-6; soft flat brush (pony, goat, or synthetic for watercolor) – size 30-40.
- Phthalo Blue PB15
- Phthalo Green PG7
- Cadmium Orange PO20
- Gamboge PY150/PO48
- Indanthrone Blue PB60
- Cobalt Blue PB28
- Quinacridone Rose PV19
- Neutral Tint RBk6/PV16
Painting board, masking tape, tissue and water container.
Reviews of author`s courses
I really enjoyed it. Very well explained. I had a surprising result!
I learned a lot. Good understandable explanation!
It was my First experience with lecto room, was so happy with my experience. Special thanks for sorting me out of finding the course and the recording. Thank you so much
she explained very well her techniques, and I just love her work. I really like her workshop.
It was wonderful work shop.. I was waiting for Julia’s English speaking workshop and was happy to attend.. I tried once painting after the workshop and hope I will improve in painting waves .. thank you
Hi, I was happy with the content of the course, the rythm, the explanation, the english was very good,... Looking forward to take another course with you. Thanks
I'm looking forward for julia's next english course..i definitely learn a lot from her
Excellent. I want to go through it again because I wasn't able to paint live because of the tie difference.
I enjoyed very much to see Julia do dry on wet to create the sea, very helpful.
I really like what you do, draw, paint and so on and your enthusiasm Thank you and see you soon @triliamn
Great course, very helpful and detailed! I really liked how Julia explained every single aspect of her technique, I learned a lot! Thank you!