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Canal with Narrowboat, Lock & Cottage- Previous LIVE Virtual Watercolour Workshop with Matthew Palmer

Canal with Narrowboat, Lock & Cottage- Previous LIVE Virtual Watercolour Workshop with Matthew Palmer

£10.00

ONCE PURCHASED – This Virtual Workshop Will Always Be Available To View HERE ON THIS PAGE

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If you missed out on one or all of the PREVIOUS LIVE VIRTUAL watercolour workshops with Matthew Palmer, don’t worry. For a LIMITED TIME, YOU CAN BUY ANY OF THE  PREVIOUS ONES and watch back, again and again.
In This Workshop:  paint a beautiful Canal with old lock, narrowboat and cottage.
  • You can watch back, paint along at any time, again and again.
  • Enjoy the workshop, playback, pause, rewind and paint the scene as much as you like
  • Paint along with Matthew Palmer and produce this wonderful watercolour, all in step-by-step detail
  • Using just 3 colours and 3 brushes, this is a full start-to-finish virtual watercolour workshop
Previous LIVE Virtual Watercolour Workshops with Matthew Palmer OVER 90 To Choose From
ONLY £10.00 each
AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY – BUY YOURS NOW AND KEEP FOREVER

Once Purchased – The Virtual Workshop Will Always Be Available To View HERE ON THIS PAGE

MATERIALS USED TO PAINT ALONG:

A sheet of watercolour paper – Ideally stuck to a board with masking tape (Matthew will use 1/4 imperial size (11″x15″), NOT or Rough surface 140lb/300gsm)

ONLY 3 colours needed Primary Colours:

  •  Natural Blue (or french ultramarine blue or cobalt blue)
  • Natural Red (or alizarin crimson or rose madder)
  • Natural yellow light (or cadmium yellow light or aureolin)

ONLY 3 brushes needed:

  • a large brush (size 14, 16 or 20 round or a 1″ flat)
  • a medium brush (size 10 or 12 round)
  • a small brush (size 4, 5 or 6 round)
  • (An Optional 4th brush) a rigger brush or a Matthew Palmer Branch & Detail Brush (not necessary but will make the detail a tad easier)

Additional Colours/brushes may be used. These are discussed in the workshop video.