Sorry I Forgot!

In all the excitement of success yesterday (I had been trying to post a filmed demo for two days!) I completely overlooked reposting the links onto my WordPress and FB page.

As part of #isolationartschool I have made a film about a small aspect of using Ink. Please take a look if you’d like to…

There are two links as the length meant it refused to post as one whole session. 👍

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Ink and Water-Based Drawing Skills. PART ONE. (The next half is posted separately as PART TWO) #isolationartschool 🔴 AN INTRODUCTION TO WATER BASED DRAWING with ink. PART ONE Suitable for anyone who has ever tried watercolour or would like to get started. The session includes video in real time and time-lapse. I will be demonstrating…. Using the paper as the white. Planning how I leave the lightest tones. Showing you briefly how I use ink, which you might like to try. If you fancy giving this a go PLEASE WATCH FIRST then set up you own subject matter and WORK FROM OBSERVATION 👍 Next time I will revisit this subject matter in watercolour! “I use ink frequently when teaching watercolour. It allows students to develop many of the skills required to work in water colour, and learn more about tone , without the added pressure of mixing colours; which is a skill in its own right.” YOU WILL NEED 🤔 Watercolour paper Brushes/water/mixing pots/pencil Ink 🕷🕸 (or an alternative) blotting paper (or kitchen paper) Includes ideas of alternative wet media. Part two is posted separately and is now live! A FOLLOW UP DEMO OF THE SAME SUBJECT IN WATERCOLOUR IS ALSO ON ITS WAY SOON🎨 #isolationartschool #ink #watercolour @winsorandnewton #WNVirtualStudio #saunderswaterford #artistsupportpledge #artistsoninstagram @schoolhouseforart @artacademylondon @st_cuthberts_mill @stbarbemuseum @westdeancollege #watercolourlesson #kimwhitbyart #watercolor #observationalart #watercolorlesson #thingstodoinlockdown @aspexportsmouth

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Ink and Water-Based Drawing Skills. PART TWO….I’m sorry but I couldn’t get the longer film to post. It’s taken two days to get this up!😡😊 #isolationartschool 🔴 AN INTRODUCTION TO WATER BASED DRAWING with ink. Suitable for anyone who has ever tried watercolour or would like to get started. The session includes video in real time and time-lapse. I will be demonstrating…. Using the paper as the white. Planning how I leave the lightest tones. Showing you briefly how I use ink, which you might like to try. If you fancy giving this a go PLEASE WATCH FIRST then set up you own subject matter and WORK FROM OBSERVATION 👍 Next time I will revisit this subject matter in watercolour! “ I use ink frequently when teaching watercolour. It allows students to develop many of the skills required to work in water colour, and learn more about tone , without the added pressure of mixing colours; which is a skill in its own right.” YOU WILL NEED 🤔 Watercolour paper Brushes/water/mixing pots/pencil Ink 🕷🕸 (or an alternative) blotting paper (or kitchen paper) Includes ideas of alternative wet media. A FOLLOW UP DEMO OF THE SAME SUBJECT IN WATERCOLOUR IS ALSO ON ITS WAY SOON🎨 #isolationartschool #ink #watercolour @winsorandnewton #WNVirtualStudio #saunderswaterford #artistsupportpledge #artistsoninstagram @schoolhouseforart @artacademylondon @st_cuthberts_mill @stbarbemuseum @westdeancollege #watercolourlesson #kimwhitbyart #watercolor #observationalart #watercolorlesson #thingstodoinlockdown @aspexportsmouth

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