Schoolism – Landscape Sketching in Watercolor and Gouache with Nathan Fowkes

Author Alex
Schoolism – Landscape Sketching in Watercolor and Gouache with Nathan Fowkes

Landscape Sketching in Watercolor and Gouache with Nathan Fowkes – download full video сourse by Schoolism

Landscape sketching is often one of the greatest pleasures for the artist! Nathan Fowkes can teach you how to study, analyze and paint your surroundings in a way that brings you inspiration and fulfillment in your artwork! In this online course, learn how to organize the complexity of environments, and how to capture the character of the landscape! Watch numerous demonstrations from Nathan, and see how you can manage the vast details, colors, and intricacies of nature.

During this course you will also learn how to:
  • Set up your painting for on the spot location sketching
  • Recognize the simple statement of the landscape
  • Find the subtleties of nature with your limited & full color palette
  • Create visual interest
  • Discover inspiration for sketching everywhere!

Paint with watercolor, gouache or medium of your choice and Nathan will demonstrate both the advantages and the disadvantages of the these traditional methods.

Chapters include:

01. The Simple Statement
02. The Values of Light & Shadow
03. Using a Limited Palette
04. Landscape Composition
05. The Design of Edges
06. The Full Color Palette
07. Creating the Illusion of Space
08. Framing Your Subject
09. Putting It All Together

MPEG-TS 1920x1080 | 9 chapters | ENG | 28.0 GB

Download course «Schoolism – Landscape Sketching in Watercolor and Gouache with Nathan Fowkes» (register to see links):
Warning! You are not allowed to view this text.

  1. Flo
    flaowers2018 August 7 23:05
    Is there any chance to get smaller files? :( Thank you!
    1. Sonya2018 August 8 15:03
      Mmmm ... too many files are obtained. This volume can be downloaded only on premium account
Add comment
Add comment:
Your name:
Your E-Mail:
  • bowtiesmilelaughingblushsmileyrelaxedsmirk
I am not robot: *
The best game engine?