This course is designed for anyone who wants to learn how to paint a portrait of anyone with ease. Whether you are starting out painting watercolor portraits, or you are already creating life-like paintings like a PRO, I’ll show you my secret tricks that will take your portrait painting to the next level!
We will start with the very most important part of any portrait painting, and move on to tips and techniques that will make it easy to get beautiful and accurate skin tones. Whether you are painting light-skinned people, dark-skinned people, or any kind of skin tone in between, by the end of this course you will have new skills that will help you to portray their likeness just right!
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Portraits are probably one of the most impressive things to paint, but there are several problems that many people run into. How do you mix a skin tone that seems as real as a person standing in front of you? I will show you all of my favorite watercolors, mixtures, and techniques so that you don’t have to struggle with that ever again.
- Discover the Most Important Part of Any Portrait
- Pinpoint Where Highlights and Shadows Fall on the Face
- Create Resources that Will Make Your Painting Process Easier
- Uncover the Hidden Secret to Painting Realistic Faces
- Combine Colors to Make Vibrant, Lively Skin Tones Using Simple Color Theory
- Isolate Colors in an Image or in Real Life in Order to Accurately Identify Them
- Put All of This Information Together to Create A Beautiful Painting!
This course is meant to give you all of the knowledge that you need to start painting any person that you could ever see. You will be able to mix your own colors to match absolutely any skin tone and make your portraits come alive!
WHAT YOU WILL GET
- Over Two Hours of Video
- A Comprehensive PDF
- Helpful Mixing Charts
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
These are the tools that I recommend you use for this course. It's not necessary to get the exact same brands, or the exact same colors, but these are the ones that I have had the most success with.
Watercolor Paper : I recommend a hot pressed paper because it is easier to get smooth color and details on this type of paper. My favorite is Fabriano Artistico 300gsm
Watercolor Paint : I recommend a single pigment combination of warm and cool blue, warm and cool red, and warm and cool yellow to start with. I also have some favorite colors. See the document linked below for my recommended colors.
Watercolor Brushes: I recommend a synthetic or natural round brush. My favorites are the DaVinci Cosmotop line and the DaVinci Maestro line.
ARE YOU READY? LET'S GO!
I am so excited to get started, and I can't wait to see the beautiful things you will make !