In today's video, master watercolor painter Cheng-Khee Chee will be demonstrating his own methodology for intuitive, deductive painting. Take a look at the video below—if this is the first time you've seen him paint, you might be surprised at how free and simple his painting philosophy is.
NOTE: You can get Cheng-Khee Chee's full watercolor DVD at Creative Catalyst.
In today's video George James will be demonstrating one of his many techniques for adding texture to a painting. In this specific case, he's adding a grid-like pattern over the top of one section, to give some added depth and interest.
Take a look:
NOTE: You can get George's full DVD of Yupo techniques at Creative Catalyst.
In today's video clip, Dale Laitinen takes a step back from his usually vibrant watercolors, and demonstrates how to create a value painting with just shades of gray.
Whether you use this technique as a study for a full-color painting (similar to making a preliminary sketch in charcoal, for example) or simply like the monochromatic look, value painting is all about creating clearly-defined levels of darkness and lightness.
Take a look:
NOTE: You can get Dale's full watercolor painting DVD at Creative Catalyst.