Tag Archive for watercolour

Watercolours, the landscape and ‘plein-air’ painting: practical tips and guidance

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Outdoor painting still has many potential benefits, including in how it forces an artist to look hard at a subject and make quick decisions as to how to depict it.

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Illustrating Tokyo: Adrian Hogan on Coffee Cup Art, City Inspo and Social Sketching

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Adrian Hogan Illiustrator

From sketching in high school to illustrating for the biggest names in Japan, Adrian Hogan has become one the most recognised names on the Tokyo creative scene. Having developed a love of sketching as a student during long commutes, Adrian…

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Should beginner painters avoid watercolour?

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In a recent ArtWeb blog post of mine on the subject of where to start when learning to paint, I stated on the subject of watercolours that “despite their hobbyist-friendly image, [they] should perhaps be approached with caution by newbie…

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Tia Gillespie – An OCAD University Graduate, Professional Artist from Canada

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Being an artist Please give us a few words of introduction about yourself I am an emerging artist based in Kingston ON Canada. I graduated from OCAD University with a Major in Drawing & Painting and a Minor in Art…

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