Painting Water in Watercolour

Painting Water in Watercolour

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by Terry Harrison
     
 

The 30 Minute Artist series is for beginners and busy artists who want to achieve great paintings in just half an hour. Here, expert landscape artist, Terry Harrison, shows how you can build skills and confidence, and loosen up your style, by producing spontaneous, lively paintings of water in 30 minutes flat. There are quick exercises to get you started, then 10

Overview


The 30 Minute Artist series is for beginners and busy artists who want to achieve great paintings in just half an hour. Here, expert landscape artist, Terry Harrison, shows how you can build skills and confidence, and loosen up your style, by producing spontaneous, lively paintings of water in 30 minutes flat. There are quick exercises to get you started, then 10 fantastic step by step projects, all done in half an hour.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781844489572
Publisher:
Search Press, Limited
Publication date:
05/01/2013
Series:
30 Minute Artist
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
604,606
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.30(d)

Meet the Author


Terry Harrison is a painter and the author of numerous bestselling technique books, including "Painting Watercolour Landscapes the Easy Way," "Painting""Watercolour Trees the Easy Way," "Terry Harrison's Complete Guide to Watercolour Landscapes," " Terry Harrison's Watercolour Flowers," " Terry Harrison's Watercolour Trees," "Terry's Top Tips for Watercolour Artists," and several books in the Ready to Paint series.

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Painting Water in Watercolour 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
merlyn63 More than 1 year ago
Best watercolor "text" purchase I've made --- The 30-minute format is very user friendly and Terry Harrison gives more than 20 exercises for practice so you can pace yourself and learn one a day or  ten a day. He concludes with several "projects" that incorporate the exercises you have previously learned. These evolve into full y developed paintings. I absolutely love the techniques he shares and the  tools, paints, etc. I wish all of the instructors I have taken classes from would include "how to" activities like his in their classes so they can then be used in larger paintings