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In this tutorial, we are going a little bigger in size and in doing so we are going to explore large washes, more wet in wet work and some nice big, bold brushstrokes. This tutorial is about lots of colour, lots of water, lots of pigment...and lots of fun!
We will explore finding a balance of more refined areas and smaller details in the faces with larger washes and more general areas in the bodies and wings. Paint consistency is a key underlying focus in this one. We will look closely at bringing in creamier paint and darker tones whilst the first wash is still wet.
We will also look at where and how to bring in those little details to make the faces “pop” and come to life. Have a go with some bigger brushes and really let those washes flow!
Enjoy this one team, and have fun with it!
Whilst Tom loves painting a wide variety of subjects, especially if the light is doing something interesting, he is always drawn back to the place where his first two passions met; painting wildlife, in particular birds.
"The free flowing and immediate nature of watercolour seems to lend itself so well to capturing the fleeting moments of wildlife; along with their movement, character and colours"
Tom's work has become widely collected in the UK and more more recently, internationally.
He has been a highly commended finalist in the World renowned Wildlife Artist of the Year, on several occasions.
Tom has also become a highly regarded, and much sought after tutor. As well as running his own workshops, he travels all over the UK teaching and demonstration for Art Groups & Societies. He also leads painting holidays in beautiful rural France.