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Duration: 49m | Video: .MP4, 1280×720, 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Size: 601 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
If you’ve always wanted to learn how to paint colourful watercolor portraits, this is a class for you. This Course demonstrates how to use a limited color palette to create fun vibrant pop art watercolor portraits.

Jacqueline Jax is a professional fine artist with years of experience working with watercolor, inks, metallics, and various painting materials.
This project and course teaches you how to achieve professional results working with watercolor for all level students. She will show you how to achieve light and deeper layers, mix colours and paint using bright colours in a fun and engaging way.
You can incorporate the tips into your own project and learn how to take the tips and use them in future projects from the Review and Bonus Sections of her course.
In This class you’ll learn:
– How to choose a Watercolor paint for your own journey
– How to know which brand and type of watercolor to use
– How to choose the best watercolor brushes for your projects and painting style
– How to use your mix watercolor without getting muddy color
– How to use watercolor glazes on your projects to achieve depth
– How to create a simple pop art watercolor portrait with dimension and depth
– How to paint wet on dry without blotches.
– Including a final run down of what you can take away from this course and how to use it to reflect your personal style.
Course Outline
1.Introduction: About the project: Modern Watercolor portraits
2. Choosing your paints and Brushes
Choosing the best watercolours for your projects and style
The benefits of testing your colours
Getting to know your materials
How to avoid muddy watercolor mixes in your projects
3. Materials for this Class
Selecting watercolor colours that play well together
Understanding the qualities of your watercolors and how to know which brands you should use
Brush: Neptune Round and Elite round or flat brushes by Princeton
Mission Gold Pure Pigment Watercolor in Cerulean Blue, Lemon & Quinacridone Perm Magenta
Paul Rubens 100 % Cotton block
2 Glasses of water for rinsing
A paint palette to mix your watercolor or porcelain tray
4. Painting Eyes – Mixing Color on paper Technique
Your learn how to paint beautiful eyes while mixing your colours right on the paper.
Understand how to leave white for eye highlights
What elements define the eye
5. Painting eye that pop with watercolor
This bonus section gives you tricks Jacqueline uses to make her eyes look more realistic.
6. Painting the Nose and Lips
Tips for painting noses and lips
Learn how to use color to shade features
7. Painting Shadows using glazes of color
Learn how to use shades of color to add depth and dimension to your portrait art
Glazing with watercolor
Understanding your paint
Color theory : avoiding muddy colours
Layering colours on your page
How to use watercolor glazes on your projects
What brushes to use to get the best results
Contouring the face with the right shades of paint
8. Painting with Blue Water-colour on faces…
How to paint with blue on a face
Adding layers over dry paper
How to make blue paint not look terrible on a face
9. Adding Details for a more dimensional look …
Using layers of watercolor to add dimension to your portrait art
Mixing color on paper to achieve great results
Understanding lighting on a face
Reflecting light and dark on your face art
Adding details to achieve a finished looking painting
Using 3 colours to get the best results on a rainbow watercolor portrait
Painting with Gold Watercolor
10. Final Thoughts for Your Watercolor Portrait Journey
Jacqueline Jax recaps the most important lessons of the tutorial and gives you some final Bonus tips that she uses to make her portraits look unique.

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