This is a 4-week adult & teen class
Instructor: Leona Lavone
Want to figure out how to add depth and contrast to your paintings?
Watercolor is versatile, portable, ethereal, and vibrant. But when it comes to creating scenes with lots of depth
and contrast, watercolor presents a unique challenge. The solution — it’s called watercolor negative painting.
This technique is simple enough in concept, but it requires something of a learning curve. I’ll show you what
you need to create depth with this watercolor technique, and what steps you need to take.
Essentially, negative painting is a technique where you outline a shape (like a tree, leaf, or mountain) and fade
the paint around that shape, surrounding the shape with a darker color. It is called negative painting because
you are working with negative space.
What’s needed – watercolor supplies and masking fluid.
Bring your regular watercolor supplies, or check out my suggested supply list.
All available from Amazon
Leona’s W/C Supply List
Here is a suggested supply list Pick one Watercolor Paper Pad……. Pick one W/C Palette, 18 or 33 wells…….
Watercolor Paint Set……. One W/C Brush Set……. W/C Artists Tape…… Other Items: Paper Towels, Pencil,
2 Containers for Water (plastic sour cream) Squirt Bottle…… Note: you can use regular masking tape but it may
be hard to remove and ripe paper. Extra’s: White Gouache (w/c); Dr. Martin’s Bleed Proof White.
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