How to Paint Crashing Waves in Watercolour

Skill Level : 1 Beginner, 2 Intermediate

Medium : Watercolour Painting

Subject : Seascapes

Tutor : Dennis Clark

Class Length : 1 hour 48 minutes

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Class Description

Waves crashing against rocks always attracts the eye. I suppose, apart from the expended energy, it is the sight of the spray sometimes reaching great heights that catches the imagination. Huge amounts of water is dumped with great force against the rocks with a resounding smack. sometimes in a storm this upward amount of water can reach, at times, many storeys high.

In this lesson you will learn:

1.  How to make use of masking fluid for all the rushing water
2.  How to preplan the application of the masking fluid for effect
3.  How to paint the sky
4.  How to paint the rocks
5.  How to paint the large spray and water over the rocks
6.  How to paint the foreground surf

 

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About Dennis Clark

Dennis has been drawing and painting for most of his life (since 1944) and shortly after that in watercolours. During WWII there were no art books so to speak, so he had to teach himself through experimentation, sweat and tears. He teaches the following mediums online - Watercolours, Pastels, Acrylics, Pencil, Pastels, Pen and Ink and Oils.
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