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eBook How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6Easy Steps epub

by Joe Cornish,Hazel Harrison

eBook How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6Easy Steps epub
  • ISBN: 0762106603
  • Author: Joe Cornish,Hazel Harrison
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Readers Digest (May 4, 2006)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • ePUB size: 1833 kb
  • FB2 size 1308 kb
  • Formats lrf txt rtf mbr


Photos by Joe Cornish. Written by Hazel Harrison. Extraordinary book introducing landscape vistas one might not see otherwise. Couple this with clear instructions on how they may be rendered in watercolors, and it is a great combination. 3 people found this helpful.

Photos by Joe Cornish. 11" X 9 1/4" X 1", with 180 pages.

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Harrison, Hazel; Cornish, Joe How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6Easy Steps. ISBN 13: 9780762106608. How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6Easy Steps.

Start by marking How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From . Novice or experienced painters alike can practice with the exquisite photos presented in the book or simply prop up their own photograph and begin to work.

Start by marking How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6Easy Steps as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Don't just tuck your outdoor photos away in an album-bring them to life in vivid watercolor in the comfort of your home with How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes.

Paint Watercolor Landscapes : From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6 Easy Steps.

How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes : From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6 Easy Steps. by Joe Cornish and Hazel Harrison.

Each photograph is accompanied by instructions and step-by-step illustrations that demonstrate key techniques. No current Talk conversations about this book.

How to Paint a Watercolor Landscape In Just 5 Steps. As a reference, I'll use this photograph from my visit to Yosemite National Park. December 26, 2018 05:28 PM. Actions. This step-by-step tutorial will help you master the basics of watercolor landscape painting so you can focus on the personal part. And if you'd like an even deeper dive into watercolor landscapes, find it here in our video demo. The mountain behind the big tree is the famous Half Dome. I took the picture in the spring, but decided to paint an autumn scene instead. Tip: While a photo is a handy reference, don't rely too much on your snapshot.

An experienced artist and teacher uses stunning examples of his own work to explain every facet of watercolor . How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6 Easy Steps. Hazel Harrison, Joe Cornish.

An experienced artist and teacher uses stunning examples of his own work to explain every facet of watercolor landscape painting. The Watercolorist's Essential Notebook: Landscapes. This inspiring guide provides artists with the knowled. т 3440. Powerful Watercolor Landscapes: Tools for Painting with Impact.

Author:Hazel Harrison. Studio:Readers Digest. Title:How to Paint Watercolor Landscapes: From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in 6 Easy Steps. Landscapes (Learn to Paint). TV artist Alwyn Crawshaw demonstrates all the basic techniques of painting landscapes in watercolour and oils, The book includes practical exercises and step-by-step demonstration.

First Edition, 2006, first printing, 1 3 5 7 9 8 6 4 2, a new, unread, unworn, unopened, unmarked, oversized hardcover with white plastic comb binding underneath, from Reader's Digest. From Photograph to Sketch to Your Very Own Masterpiece in Six Easy Steps. Photos by Joe Cornish. Written by Hazel Harrison. Approx. 11" X 9 1/4" X 1", with 180 pages. ISBN 0-7621-0660-3.
Comments: (7)
roternow
this is one of the great books you stumble upon and wish you had found it sooner.
I am hcv men
Lots of information. I briefly look over it. Have not gone into detail of what is offers. I like the idea of going from photo to sketch to painting. What is see is not necessarily what you get. You can change this around to look more attractive. :)
Justie
After checking this book out MUTIPLE times from the library, my mother decided to buy it as a early birthday gift. Thanks Mom!! Now others at the library will be able to check it out as well. Think the Library will have to get multiple copies to keep the patrons happy.
Joony
I'm looking forward to trying to copy the techniques shown in this book.
There are lots of inspiring photos. I enjoy books I've seen with Hazel Harrison's name.
Hulis
Extraordinary book introducing landscape vistas one might not see otherwise. Couple this with clear instructions on how they may be rendered in watercolors, and it is a great combination.
Vizuru
Book's great, but it was expensive for a used book and it came with a broken back, dirty smudged and paint stained pages... was not described as I expected. Had to repair the book with packing tape to use it.
Skrimpak
I would say that this book is really not aimed at a flat out beginner. It assumes you are comfortable with the basics of watercolor. The "six steps" thing can lead to some pretty big jumps from one step to another (the author shows each painting from start to finish is six steps). However, the photographs are very nice and the steps DO give you a place to start on some fairly complex pictures. I like the spiral binding, the fact that you can see the photograph and the six steps all at once on two pages, and the large number of pictures. This is much better than most other books like it on the market. Similar books spend more time talking about what makes a good photograph, cropping, etc; this book focuses on the actual painting. I got it from the library and plan to buy my own copy.
I found the pictures to paint from very blah in subject matter....large expanses of land, much in back-lighting...no "barns , roads, rolling hills" as one would think. But if you also like Greek islands and distant cathedrals etc. the book's pictures would suit you. For me, the "how to" portions are too small to get a closer peek at w/o a magnifying glass...too many photos subjects are paid for by too little "how to" space. Some reviewers have fine things to say about the book so be sure to read them. This is just how it did not work for me personally.
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