I know that Jeannie's careful, even meticulous style is not something I'd ever master, but she is a great teacher, patient, full of information freely shared, and very encouraging while being totally honest. I'm enjoying the workshop....now if only I could paint a watercolor.
Here's a little sketch of Howard Rees. I started out using Jeannie's methodology, but in the end, I went back to my oil roots and violated just about every rule in watercolor.... transparency and spontaneity be damned!
|First some light "rainbow washes"|
|Then glazing to add form|
|Then revert to Oil Painter|
OK, so I need to re-work on one of the eyes a bit. So would someone tell me how to do that in WATERCOLOR??!