Thursday, May 26, 2011

Beginning Watercolor Homework 5/26/11

Put the paint down and leave it alone

Most of you brought photos home from class, I believe.
Make an oversimplified study from your image, and then spend some time taking note of what needs to be included in a painting, and what can be left out. Actually write it down.
Now make a more refined version, working from general to specific. For this one, please don't correct anything. Let the mistakes remain, and take note of what caused them. Try a more efficient approach to the problem areas on practice paper, then make another painting. Keep it VERY simple.

Do as many versions as you have time for.

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