Take Three Colours Watercolour Snow Scenes by Grahame Booth guides you through the process of painting nine beautiful snow scenes using just three brushes and colours.
The Snow scene is a fantastic subject for those just starting out in watercolour. In this book, Booth gives you the know-how and confidence to give the snow depth, sparkle and just enough colour. The simple ste-by-step instructions will help you achieve beautiful results using a small but perfectly formed tool kit of three brushes, a mixing palette. watercolour paper and three tubes of paint.
Even if you have never picked up a paintbrush, you will be amazed at what you will achieve by the end of this book. And along the way you will have learnt all the skills you need to start painting wonderful snow scenes of your own.
Colours used: Cobalt Blue, Winsor Red and Quinacridone Gold
Brushes used: 1" Wash brush, Size 14 Round, Swordliner
64 page Paperback
216 x 292 mm
Using the colours 8
Grahame Booth tutors workshops and holiday courses around the world. He is a popular demonstrator for art clubs and his paintings have been awarded many national and international awards. His work is featured in books, videos and art magazines, including Artists & Illustrators. Grahame is based in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His work is represented in private collections worldwide and in public collections in Ireland and the USA. He is Past President of the Ulster Watercolour Society and a member of the Watercolour Society of Ireland.
Grahame works in a relatively loose, traditional style. His subject range is international, and his use of colour, light and shadow are particularly impressive.