Sterling Edwards

Sterling Edwards: Color Techniques for Expressive Watercolor

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Video Length: 0 Hour 54 Minutes



When you use the right colors you'll get the maximum results. In this watercolor painting video workshop expert watercolor artist Sterling Edwards will show you how to do just that. 

 

Covering a wide range of watercolor painting techniques and tips and then completing a watercolor demonstration from start-to-finish, Edwards  will help you improve your watercolor paintings and your overall use of color, no matter the subject. Learn how mixing rich neutrals along with complimentary colors can really make your compositions pop or evoke a certain mood or atmosphere.

Learn how to paint in watercolor in a whole new way with this exciting painting video workshop! Great for beginning watercolor artists & more experienced painters, this video lesson from Sterling Edwards make a great addition to the library of any artist.

 

You'll Love This Watercolor Painting Video If:

  • You want to improve the color usage in your own watercolor paintings
  • You want to discover new & exciting color combinations and complimentary neutrals for your landscape, still life or portrait
  • You love painting in watercolor and want to learn more!

 

In This Watercolor Painting Video Lesson You'll Learn:

  • The basics of color characteristics in watercolor
  • Techniques for mixing and applying different types of color
  • How to play with wet-into-wet painting techniques for a loose foreground

 

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Color Techniques for Expressive Watercolor with Sterling Edwards

Sterling Edwards wins again!

In this video he teaches us how to make expressive greens from what most of us already have in our palettes, instead of relying on convenience colors. Edwards also shares his approach to charging into dark washes with vibrant color. And, in the painting tutorial he demonstrates how to put the practice into a painting.

Perhaps most remarkable is his whole attitude toward watercolor. One comes away from this video feeling like a potential watercolor rockstar artist. It's all in the attitude . . . and no nonsense, consistent practice. Be calm. Paint. And, enjoy what flows from the brush.